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CHRISTINEANDERSON.DOUGLASARDITO* WILLIAM R 
ATKINSON •RACHEL BAKER • LEAH BENSON • SUSAN BISHOP* 
ELIZABETH BOEHM» BRIAN BRADSHAW'ANNBRUHA* LINDA CAISSIE 
• DANIELCALLAHAN* MARTIN CALLAHAN. CYNTHIA CAMPBELL • RYAN 
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JENNIFER LEIGH COLLIER • PATRICIA A COLLIGAN - ERIK CORDES* ANGELA CORFA . 

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•JOHNDILLEN.ANGELADITORE. ROBERTDOHERTY. LINDA DONALDSON^^^^ 

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CHADM I FHMANN^ R^^^^^ M ICH AEL 0' M ALLEY • AM Y 0' N E I LL • 

JAMESDLEW!S^ KAR?N I iPr7F^ DIANE OLSEN • DOUGLAS AORLANDO • 

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pm?mIv •oAMi^/o^.S^^'^^i^''^ • ■^^O'^AS PORTER . CLARENCE POWELL • SARA PUFFER • WILLIAM 
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MARIE STACEY^MICHAELSTEIN^ CHRISTINE SULLIVAN • THOMAS B SULLIVAN •ADAM 
npS?£I:i^^^.?.'FO^^^^^OWSKI • DAVIDTRANT^ KRISTI TRAVERS • GREG TUTTLE • HEATHER 
URQUHART^^K^^^^^^ 

WESTCOTT^LIAWHEELER^ NATALIEWHITCOMB^APRYL WHITT. SHARON WHITT^HEATHERLYWILSON^ 



LAURA ELAINE WOOLARD« SUZANNE 
WRIGHT* CHRISTOHERZELLNER. 
CHRISTINE ANDERSON • DOUGLAS 
ARDITO • WILLIAM R ATKINSON • 
RACHEL BAKER • LEAH BENSON • 
SUSAN BISHOP^ ELIZABETH BOEHM • 
BRIAN BRADSHAW* ANN BRUHA» 
LINDACAISSIE^ DANIEL CALLAHAN* 
MARTIN CALLAHAN * CYNTHIA 
CAMPBELL * RYAN CARDOOS * BRETT 
CAREY* GUY AN DREW CARLISLE* 
LAURACARLSON*HEATHERCARLTON 
* ANDREA CASSERLY * MICHAEL 
CHEMLEN * CHI-MING CHUI * 
JENNIFERLEIGHCOLLIER*PATRICIAA 
COLLIGAN* ERIK CORDES* ANGELA 
COREA * CHRISTOPHER CO RIATY* 
KATHERINE M COTE * DANIEL COUTO * 
HARRINGTON *ZENOBIAHARRIS*MELISSAAHART 



PAULCRONIN* JOHN CURRAN* JOHN 
DILLEN * ANGELA DITORE* ROBERT 
DOHERTY • LINDA DONALDSON * 
HEATHERDOUGHTY* JENNIFERM 
DURAN • MELANIE EDWARDS • 
CAMILLAERICSON^ KARL FARMER • 
KIMBERLEYFARMER»RICHARDJ 
FERRETT^ LESLIE FRYERS ELIZABETH 
GALANI^ MARCO AGALVAN -JENNIFER 
GARRISON • ROGER GAUL •ANE LA 
GAUTIER • IRENE GENERAL • 
GRETCHENGERBRANDS'LISAGETTY 

• DONALD GIARD^JAYSON GILBERTI • 
AMYGODART^TAAVOGODFREDSEN^ 
DAVID BOLTON GOODALE • PAUL 
NICHOLAS GOODALE * DOUGLAS GRAY 

* BETH GREEN *ROXANNEHANNON* 
TRAVIS HANSON * RUSSELL 

LISAHARTWELL* CATHERINE HAWLEY* DAVID HOLLIS 



-KARENHOLMSTEAD*KRISTINHOVDE*SCOTTHUFFMAN*NICOLEISABELLE*NATAI IF IArnilFc:,Ai i Fw 
•^^I^.^pI: ir-^?;^^^^ • ^^'A^ ^ANE * DAVID KELLEHER * PATm^^^^ 

^'^'^h^'i?.* S^^'A ^NAPP • DANA LARSEN * ALAIN LAVELANET * CHAD M LEHMANN * BRIAN W LENZ * 
JAMES D LEWIS * KAREN LIPCZER * PAMELA LOONEY* JOSEPH LOVECCHIO * M^^ 
'-^.^^:p^J^^TL^^^^^?.°^•S^^LDONMALONEY*TRACEYMANNING*M^^ 

LAURAMARTELL* WILLIAM MARTIN * BRIAN PATRICK MAYER* BENEDICTMCALLISTER 
* ROBIN MCARDLE * WILLIAM MCGONAGLE • JAMES MCGOVERN • LUKE MCINNIS 
• PATRICK MEFFAN^ DONALD MMERSINGER^ PAMELA MILLER •ALISSA 
MILLMAN^ ROBERT MOORE • BONNIE MOSCA* NANCY MOSCA^ 
FRANK H MULDOON • PETER M MULDOON •CRAIG O'BRIEN • 
MICHAELO'M ALLEY* AMY O'NEILL* DIANE OLSEN * 



DOUGLAS A ORLANDO • ANTHONY PAGLIA • SAMUEL . ^ , . ^ . ^ 

PANZERI • HERBERT PARNELL • LEANNE PARSONS • JOHN P.e^iVord Clo n<Ci' ^ 
PATENAUDE • JAMES PATON • JEFF PATTERSON • KENNETH 
PEDERSEN* JULIE-ANNE PILGRIM -THOMAS PORTER •CLARENCE POWELL 
• SARAPUFFER* WILLIAM PUTNEY* PAULA RAPOZA* EDWARD J RENAULD* ANNE 
RICCI • WILLIAM RICKER • JEFFREY RIVET • CINDY RIVINIUS • AMBRIEL ROSENBERG • 
JONATHAN RUSSO • EVA SAEZ-MORENO • PETER R SAISA • KRISTIN SAVAGE • KRISTEN 
SCALISE»SUZANNESEGAL«WINIFERSSEWALL»WEITAISHAO» STEPHANIE LSHEETS'TIMOTHY 
M SHUTE • BRIAN SMITH • JAY SMITH • LAUREN SOLOMITA • SARA SOMERSET • KRISTINE SPIEWAK • 
LISAMARIESTACEY»MICHAELSTEIN»CHRISTINESULLIVAN -THOMAS BSULLIVAN»ADAMTOBEY« LAURIE 
TOMCZYKOWSKI • DAVID TRANT • KRISTI TRAVERS • GREG TUTTLE • HEATHER URQUHART • KOSTA 
VASILAKIS • JEAN VENUTI • JOHN WALKER • DAVID WEINFURT • LAWRENCE WESTCOTT • LIA WHEELER • 



NATALIE WHITCOMB • APRYL WHITT • 
SHARON WHITT • HEATHERLY WILSON 

• LAURA ELAINE WOOLARD • SUZANNE 
WRIGHT • CHRISTOHER ZELLNER • 
CHRISTINE ANDERSON • DOUGLAS 
ARDITO • WILLIAM R ATKINSON • 
RACHEL BAKER • LEAH BENSON • 
SUSAN BISHOP • ELIZABETH BOEHM • 
BRIAN BRADSHAW • ANN BRUHA • 
LINDA CAISSIE • DANIEL CALLAHAN • 
MARTIN CALLAHAN • CYNTHIA 
CAMPBELL • RYAN CARDOOS • BRETT 
CAREY • GUY ANDREW CARLISLE • 
LAURA CARLSON • HEATHER CARLTON 

• ANDREA CASSERLY • MICHAEL 
CHEMLEN • CHI-MING CHUI • 
JENNIFER LEIGH COLLIER 'PATRICIA A 
COLLIGAN • ERIK CORDES • ANGELA 

• BETH GREEN • ROXANNE HANNON • TRAVIS HANSON 
MELISSA A HART • LISA HARTWELL • CATHERINE HAWLEY ' 



COREA • CHRISTOPHER CORIATY • 
KATHERINE M COTE • DANIEL COUTO • 
PAULCRONIN • JOHN CURRAN • JOHN 
DILLEN • ANGELA DITORE • ROBERT 
DOHERTY • LINDA DONALDSON • 
HEATHER DOUGHTY • JENNIFER M 
DURAN • MELANIE EDWARDS • 
CAMILLA ERICSON • KARL FARMER • 
KIMBERLEY FARMER • RICHARD J 
FERRETT • LESLIE FRYER • ELIZABETH 
GALANI • MARCO AGALVAN - JENNIFER 
GARRISON • ROGER GAUL • ANELA 
GAUTIER • IRENE GENERAL • 
GRETCHEN GERBRANDS • LISA GETTY 
• DONALD GIARD • JAYSON GILBERTI • 
AMY GODART • TAAVO GODFREDSEN • 
DAVID BOLTON GOODALE • PAUL 
NICHOLAS GOODALE • DOUGLAS GRAY 
► RUSSELL HARRINGTON • ZENOBIA HARRIS • 
DAVID HOLLIS • KAREN HOLMSTEAD • KRISTIN 



HOVDE* SCOTT HUFFMAN* NICOLE ISABELLE* NATALIE JACQUES 'ALLEN JONES 'TINAJONES* BRIAN 
KANE* DAVID KELLEHER* PATRICK KELLIHER* MICHELLE KENNEY»TANYAKIRKLAND«SONIAKNAPP 
• DANA LARSEN • ALAIN LAVELANET • CHAD M LEHMANN • BRIAN W LENZ • JAMES D LEWIS • KAREN 
LIPCZER* PAMELA LOONEY* JOSEPH LOVECCHIO*MICHAELKAZUMALUKA«JENNIFERLYDON» 
SHELDON MALONEY • TRACEY MANNING • MICHELLE MARINO • LAURA MARTELL • WILLIAM 
MARTIN • BRIAN PATRICK MAYER • BENEDICT MCALLISTER • ROBIN MCARDLE • WILLIAM 
MCGONAGLE • JAMES MCGOVERN • LUKE MCINNIS • PATRICK MEFFAN • DONALD M 
MERSINGER* PAMELA MILLER 'ALISSAMILLMAN • ROBERT MOORE • BONNIE MOSCA 
• NANCY MOSCA • FRANK H MULDOON • PETER M MULDOON • CRAIG O'BRIEN • 

MICHAEL O'MALLEY • AMY O'NEILL • 
DIANEOLSEN • DOUGLASAORLANDO* 
ANTHONY PAGLIA • SAMUEL PANZERI • 
HERBERT PARNELL • LEANNE 
PARSONS* JOHN PATENAUDE* JAMES 
PATON • JEFF PATTERSON • KENNETH 
PEDERSEN • JULIE-ANNE PILGRIM • 
THOMAS PORTER • CLARENCE 
POWELL • SARA PUFFER • WILLIAM 
PUTNEY • PAULA RAPOZA • EDWARD J 
RENAULD • ANNE RICCI • WILLIAM 
RICKER • JEFFREY RIVET • CINDY 
RIVINIUS • AMBRIEL ROSENBERG • 
JONATHAN RUSSO • EVA SAEZ- 
MORENO • PETER R SAISA • KRISTIN 
SAVAGE • KRISTEN SCALISE • 
SUZANNE SEGAL •WINIFERSSEWALL* 
WEI TAI SHAO • STEPHANIE L SHEETS • 
LAURA ELAINE WOOLARD • SUZANNE WRIGHT • CHRISTOHER 



TIMOTHY M SHUTE • BRIAN SMITH • 
JAYSMITH • LAUREN SOLOMITA* SARA 
SOMERSET* KRISTINE SPIEWAK • LISA 
MARIE STAGEY • MICHAEL STEIN • 
CHRISTINE SULLIVAN • THOMAS B 
SULLIVAN • ADAM TOBEY • LAURIE 
TOMCZYKOWSKI • DAVID TRANT • 
KRISTI TRAVERS • GREG TUTTLE • 
HEATHER URQUHART • KOSTA 
VASILAKIS • JEAN VENUTI • JOHN 
WALKER • DAVID WEINFURT • 
LAWRENCE WESTCOTT • LIA WHEELER 
•NATALIEWHITCOMB* APRYL WHITT* 
SHARON WHITT • HEATHERLY WILSON 



ZELLNER • CHRISTINE ANDERSON • DOUGLAS ARDITO • WILLIAM R ATKINSON • RACHEL BAKER • LEAH 
BENSON • SUSAN BISHOP* ELIZABETH BOEHM • BRIAN BRADSHAW* ANN BRUHA* LINDA CAISSIE* DANIEL 
CALLAHAN * MARTIN CALLAHAN * CYNTHIA CAMPBELL * RYAN CARDOOS * BRETT CAREY * GUY 
ANDREW CARLISLE * LAURA CARLSON * HEATHER CARLTON * ANDREA CASSERLY * MICHAEL 
CHEMLEN * CHI-MING CHUI * JENNIFER LEIGH COLLIER * PATRICIA A COLLIGAN * ERIK 
CORDES * ANGELA COREA * CHRISTOPHER CORIATY * KATHERINE M COTE * DANIEL 
COUTO * PAUL CRONIN * JOHN CURRAN * JOHN DILLEN * ANGELA DITORE * 
ROBERT DOHERTY * LINDA DONALDSON * HEATHER DOUGHTY * JENNIFER 
M DURAN • MELANIE EDWARDS * CAMILLA ERICSON * KARL FARMER * 
KIMBERLEY FARMER * RICHARD J FERRETT * LESLIE FRYER * 
ELIZABETH GALANI * MARCO A GALVAN * JENNIFER 



BEDFORD COLLECTtC; 

BEDFORD 

Fl^ee TVBLIC 

LIBRARY 

BEDFORD. MASSACHUSETTS 




The 

BEDFORD 
FLAG 
The oldest 
flag in the 
United States 



The Bedford Flag, commissioned to Cornet John Page 
in 1737 by King George II of England, was carried by his 
son, Nathaniel, who fought with the Bedford Minutemen 
at the Battle of Concord Bridge, April 19, 1775. 



TO REMEMBER 



*These Are the Times 
to Remember.,/' 



Heatherly Wilson, Amy Godart, and 
Adam Miller relax outside with a jug 
of Gatorade. 




These are times in High school years are 

which we can enjoy the precious- they're our last 

simple pleasures of times with kids we've 

school life, like eating grown up with. We've 

lunch outside and relax- gone from matchbox 

ing after school with cars to real cars, Groton- 

friends. But, like Billy Jo- wood to band trips, 

el's song "These Are The Leaving will be hard, but 

Times To Remember", memories will remain for 

they don't last forever, comfort in difficult times. 

Too quickly, we're These are the times to 

thrown into new lives, remember. 



2 OPENING 



DAY TO DAY 



Unfortunately, summer vacation doesn't last 
forever, and on September seventh, it was time to 
get back to the day to day routine at B.H.S. Each 
day begins with the Pledge of Allegiance and the 
morning announcements, followed by the newly 
titled "Starting Point." Spending five out of seven 
days of the week at B.H.S., we've become accus- 
tomed to many things. The days fall into a pattern 
that we all have to follow. After a short while, the 
notorious lower A-wing bathroom and the school 
lunches, which speak for themselves, become a 
regular part of our existence. The yearbook staff 
interviewed several students and asked them what 
first comes to mind when they think about school. 
"Senior year," said Don Giard. According to John 
Walker and Neil Richards, September brought 
back all that homework and those long nights of 
studying. "Getting up early," contributed Kitty 
Rosewall. All agreed that, day to day, they were 
too busy. 



Natalie Whitcomb and Jon Russo try to keep 
alert during U.S. History class. 





The halls are suspiciously empty; should you 
be in class, Alison Roberts and Lia Wheeler? 



Thank you, Mr. McCarthy. Don Mersinger, 
Patty Colligan, and Pat Meffan put finishing 
touches to their schedules. 



4 DAY TO DAY 



Mark Gordon and Erin Fehlau enjoy a long awaited 
Carl Szczesniak mixes a potent potion in chemistry lab. break from an exhausting band practice. 




Jim McGovern and Brian Smith ponder the meaning of their senior year. Zenobia Harris paints with a smile. By the way, 

Zenobia, what class are you in? 



DAY TO DAY 



Time Out 



Hanging out in the library during their unassigned time, Lyz Galani and Clarence 
Powell smile at a private joke. 



Practicing his powerful serve, Liam Hurley takes aim at his 
opponent's court. 





As necessary to the school 
day as the classes themselves, 
time out to relax with friends is 
what keeps most of us sane 
during the week. 

Whether offering comfort af- 
ter a difficult test, or an open 
ear to complaints about that 
drill-sergeant teacher, friends 
help through the rough times 
and lighten any load we may 
be carrying. 

After the school day is over, 
one can often witness friends 
hanging out in the library, 
wandering uptown for food, 
and lounging around in the old 
cafeteria or outside on the 
grass, waiting for sports prac- 
tices and club meetings to be- 
gin. 




Whatever they do after school, Jamie Asbedian, Chris Theophile, Kyle Gelormini, Dave Boschetto, and Sean 
Deardorff have a good time. 



TIME OUT 7 



Once Upon A Time 




10 ONCE UPON A TIME 



i 



Time of Our Lives 



The 1988 Prom King and Queen, Brian Smith and Camilla 
Ericson. 

Winifer Sewall smiles dreamily, content in the arms of her 
date. 





" Where's my bouquet? " wails Tom Sullivan to Tracey 
Manning. 

The 1988 Junior Prom Court. Front Row: Melanie Edwards, 
Lauren Solomita, Roxanne Hannon, Pam Miller; Back Row: 
Tim Shute, Paul Cronin, Ryan Cardoos, Tom Sullivan. 



12 JUNIOR PROM 



Leanne Parsons and her date share an inti- 
mate moment away from the crowds. 



Taking a break from Prom preparations are Rob- 
in McArdle, Anne Ricci, Amy Godart, and Laurie 
Tomcyzkowski. 




"It was such an honor! Everyone looked so 
great— I was so surprised," exclaimed Camilla 
Ericson, Queen of the Junior Prom, 1988. 

The Prom, " The Time Of My Life," became a 
reality for its participants long before it took place 
on the evening of May 21, 1988. Deliberation 
about decorations, hiring a deejay, and finding 
teacher chaperones had kept the Prom Commit- 
tee busy for many previous months. 

However, it was the final day of decorating that 
pulled the class together and transformed the 
gym. The evening arrived and passed by in a flash. 
All too quickly, the clock struck midnight and the 
Prom ended. But, the night did not end, and many 
went on to other houses, wanting the night to 
continue. A big thanks goes to Mr. Maxwell, Mrs. 
Gullage, and the chaperones who took the time to 
ensure that at the Prom, we all had " The Time Of 
Our Lives." 




Paul Cronin and Lisa Getty arrive at the Prom full 
of smiles. 

Jim Paton takes his dancing partner for a whirl. 

Tina Jones, Leslie Fryer. and Sara Puffer smile 
and say," Only 4,997 more to blow up!" 



JUNIOR PROM 13 




"Take it quickly, before we collapse!" Seniors 
Tom Sullivan, Ryan Cardoos. Jon Russo. Don 
Giard. Will Martm. Taavo Godfredtsen, and 
Jinn McGovern display their Bedford Day 
balloons as they do their balancing act. 




Kerri O'Keefe and Shari Eriich; 
carry the banner proudly. 




Friends Donna Coughlin and Angie 
Freeman enjoy the sunshine. 





SBII 



Saturday September 24 dawned clear 
and sunny, perfect for the annual Bedford 
Day celebrations. The day kicked off with 
the parade, led by the Bedford Fire De- 
partment engines and ladders, and Fire 
Departments from other towns, some as 
near as Blllerica and Burlington, some as 
far away as New Hampshire and the 
Cape. Their sirens could be heard a mile 
away. 

Next came the town officials, who took 
their places on the reviewing stand and 
saluted the main body of the parade. This 
was led by the B.H.S. marching band, 
complete with majorettes and flag squad. 
Drill Teams from B.H.S. and neighboring 
Air Force bases, and various community 
based groups, such as the Rainbow Girls, 
completed the line-up. 

After the parade, there was the chance 
to enjoy food and fun at the booths set up 
by community organizations. The Citizens 
Scholarship Foundation challenged peo- 
ples' minds with a quiz game, while the 
Parents of Music Students (P.O.M.S.) 
sold food as a fund-raiser. 

As always, Bedford Day provided a 
way for School and Community, young 
and old, to get together and have a day of 
fun. It also gave us the opportunity to 
renew our pride in being part of the histor- 
ic Town of Bedford. 

"Where are you, Miss Manning?" 
Cheerleaders Jill Oblas, Suzi Ferro. 
Stephanie Miller, Lynne Molinari, Alicia 
De Luca, Lisa Getty, Tracey Manning, 
Lia Wheeler, Alison Roberts, and Ann 
Bruha pose as they wait for their 
coach. 



What did you eat. Will Martin? Or are you just cam- 
era shy? 

Bedtord Day is especially for kids. Erin Boyd shows 
off her special hair style. 



BEDFORD DAY 15 



■ 



TO REMEMBER 



Left; Taking time out from flag practice 
are seniors Roxanne Hannon, Karen 
Holmstead, Ivlicheile Kenney, Angela 
Corea, Krysha Spiewak, Laura tvlartell, 
and Beth) Green. Below.Angela Corea 
and Tina Jones enjoy a day away from 
class as \hey fielp to decorate the gym. 



*Xack of sleep, lack of time, lack of 
energy, lack of money; will we make 
it? Yeah, I guess we didr' 



SENIORS 




SENIORS 17 



SENIORS 



The senior class officers and advisors 
sliding around outside tfie school. 




A Student can participate in many class 
activities during four years of higln scliool, 
including dances, fundraisers, hall decoratin- 
g,and pronns. Dedicated class officers and 
advisors make these activities possible. 
Along with their usual courseload and col- 
lege applications, the class officers still take 
time to see that the class activities take 
place and are a success. 

This year's senior class officers are : Presi- 
dent, Tommy Sullivan; Vice-President, Jim 
McGovern; Secretary, Amy Godart, Treasur- 
er, Anne Ricci, and Prom Co-Chairpeople 
Camilla Ericson and Pam Miller. We thank 
them for all their hard work. 

The senior class extends its warmest 
thanks to Mr. Maxwell and Mrs. Gullage. 
Without their support as our class advisors, 
our four years at Bedford High School would 
not have been such a success. 



Mr. Maxwell looks on as Tommy Sullivan and 
Jamie Lewis count the money from a fundraiser. 




18 SENIORS 



Travis Hanson, Beth Green, Roger Gaul, Chrissy 
Anderson, Laura Martell, and Luke Mclnnis take 
a break fronn community service. 



Lyz GalanI and Laura Martell 
relax on an afternoon free from 
yearbook duties. 





Lisa Hartwell admires the sign that Alissa Mill 
man is making. 



Achievers To Remember. 

The students pictured on this page 
were chosen for their outstanding aca- 
demic achievement and/or for their 
community service. Many other stu- 
dents at BHS are outstanding in their 
own ways - these are just a few stu- 
dents who have left an impression on 
the school or on the community. 



Luke Mclnnis, Bill Atkinson, Dave Hollis, Allen 
Jones, Ken Pedersen, Travis Hanson, Brian Lenz, 
Lyz Galani, and Lauren Solomita take time out from 
their studies. 



John Walker and Adam Tobey develop a new 
missile. 



SENIORS 19 



Remember 
When* . . 



.... , . . ^ . ^ Sophomore musical-Christine Sullivan, 

And they re still friends today. o u ^ ^ ■ 

, ^ , ^ Gretchen Gerbrands, and Laura 

Dana Larsen and Jim McGovern. „ , 

Carlson, 'au 



As we leave Bedford High School, many of us 
will stop and think back to the times and memo- 
ries we've shared. What do you remember? Ev- 
eryone has different memories, yet some are 
common to many of us. Good Luck to you all, 
and never forget these days. 

. . .A flick of sunshine upon a strange 
shore, the time to remember, the time 
for a sigh, and - good bye. . . ! 





Laurie Tomczykowski hanging around in 
fifth grade. 

20 SENIORS 



Mr. Reynolds, Do you always 
Masters of the Universe 



carry your 
lunchbox? 



Christine Anderson and Laura Martell 
remember clowning around Junior year. 



Ik--'- 



'aul Cronin always has a smile. 



At the eighth grade semi-formal. Leah, 
Chris, Kosta, and Christine. 





-Mr. Bennett's friend Annisare Waswere? 
-"Going Out" in Jr. High? 

-Fashions - parachute pants, fluorescents, valley girl, feathered hair, 
ribbon barrettes, thin rubber bracelets. Boy George look? 
-Bathroom sign in/sign out boards? 

-Field Trips - Newport R.I., Boston Public Library, The State House, 
"A Midsummers Night Dream", Washington D.C.? 
-School Dances - Semi Formals and Proms? 
-Silent Lunches? 

-School musicals and band trips? 
-Flouride treatments? 

-Wearing your Halloween costume to school and going trick or treat- 
ing? 

-Being the Kings and Queens in fifth grade? 

-Mr. Carr's fifth grade class? 

-Talent shows and lyp sync contests? 

-Hot lunch and milk counts in elementary school? 

-Celebrating every holiday in elementary school? 

-Your first school locker, followed by locker clean out day? 

-Spirit weeks? 

-Homeroom mothers? 

-Eighth grade graduation? 

-The snowstorm of 1978 - no school for a week? 

-The day someone lit Mr. Sullivan's room on fire? 

-Watching the movie "1776" for three hours in the auditorium? 

-The year Mr. Kineen left the Junior High School? 

-Foreign Language weeks - professional dancers, International Cafe? 

-Will Martin dancing at the assembly Junior year? 

-Going to Page or Center school before they closed? 

-Crawling out of U.S. History class . . . through the window? 

-Shooting the physics monkey? 

-Reading the required reading books - from "Lipincott A" to 
"Oedipus"? 

-Having to wear nametags the first day of Kindergarten? 



ne eighth grade Washington D C. chaperones. 
jke, Where did you meet this character. 



SENIORS 21 



4 



CHRISTINE J. 
ANDERSON 

Chrissy 

For lime is a river 

Rolling into nowhere, 

We must live while we can 

And drink our cup of laughter... 

-Steve Winwood 



DOUGLAS ARDITO 

I used ta do a little but a little 
wouldn't do so the little got more 
and more; I just keep tryin' ta get a 
little better than before. 



WILLIAM ATKINSON 



RACHEL BAKER 

Ray, Rach 

With your feet in the air, 
And your head on the ground, 
You ask yourself: 
Where is my mind? 
Where is my mind? -The Pixies 




LEAH JANE BENSON 

Liah 

Won't you stay just a 

little longer? 
We want to play just a 

little bit longer. 

-Jackson Browne 



ELIZABETH BOEHM 

Tomiko 

Time 
'To learn To live 
To pass on to others 
Time is so little 
So make something of it 



BRIAN BRADSHAW 

Bri, KGB 

Couldn't be done 
Unless it was fun. 

-Tosh 



ANN BRUHA 

Anniebor 

Today is the tomorrow 

We worried about yesterday. 

-Ziggy 



22 SENIORS 




LINDA M. CAISSIE 

Love Bug, Lynda Carter 

To love and be loved 
s the greatest joy 
in Earth. 



DANIEL T. CALLAHAN 

Danny 

Take your time 
Don't live too fast 
Troubles will come 
And they will pass 
Be a simple man... 



CYNTHIA L. 
CAMPBELL 

Cindy-Lou 

Rather light a candle than 

complain about the darkness. 
Do not fear going forward slowly, 
fear only to stand still. 

-Chinese Wisdom 



RYAN JAMES 
CARDOOS 

Rye 

If I leave here tomorrow will you 
still remember me? I must be 
travelin' on now, still things that I 
haven't seen. ..I'm as free as a bird 
now. 




ANDY CARLISLE 



BRETT S. CAREY 

Tou know, if we were playing by 
he rules, we'd be in gym class 
ight now. -Ferris 
Afe is for my own way to live, 
vly own way. -Metallica 



LAURA C. CARLSON 

"Alice", Lou 

Standing on a hill 
In a mountain of Dreams, 
Telling myself 
It's as hard as it seems. 

-Led Zeppelin 



HEATHER ANN 
CARLTON 

We chased our pleasures here. 
Dug our treasures there. 
Can you still recall the 
times we cried? 

-The Doors 



SENIORS 23 



CHI-MING CHUI 

Chi 



ANDREA STACEY 
CASSERLY 

Nothing left to do but, 
smile, 
smile, 

smile! -The Dead 



Nothing in the world can take tl 
place of persistence and determin 
tion. 



MICHAEL CHEMLEN 



JAMES CARUSO 




JENNIFER LEIGH 
COLLIER 

Jenni 

I see ya standin, standin on your 
own. It's such a lonely place for 
you to be. 

-(luns 'n Roses 



PATRICIA ANN 
COLLIGAN 

Pattie, Blondie 

We can't go on 
Just running away 
If we stay any longer 
We'll surely never get away 

-Heart 



ERIK CORDES 

I've conquered my past 
The future is here at last 
I stand at the entrance 
To a new world I can see 
-U2 



ANGELA COREA 

When skies are cloudy and grey 
They're only grey for a day 
So wrap your troubles in dreams 
And dream your troubles away 



24 SENIORS 




'j *m ,iAi.. 



CHRISTOPHER 
THOMAS 

CORIATY 

After all the violence and double- 
talk there's a song in all the trouble 
and strife; you do the walk, do the 
walk of life. 

-H. Knofler 



DANIEL E. COUTO 

Cout, Dan 

Life moves pretty fast, 

If you don't stop and look around 

every once in a while 
You might miss it. 

-Ferris Bueller 



PAUL J. CRONIN 

Pauly Crowbar 

We thought that we had the 

an.swers. 
It was the questions we had 
wrong. 

-Bono-U2 (RM) 



JOHN CURRAN 

Johnny 

Don't walk in front and try to 
lead me; Don't walk behind and 
follow. 

Just walk beside me, and be my 
friend. 




JOHN JAMES DILLEN 
J.J. 

Thanks for the ride, ladyl 
-Creepshow II 



ANGELA J. DITORE 

Angie 

Like a guest that's stayed too long, 
Now it's finally time to leave. 
Take it calmly and serene, 
It's the famous final scene. 



ROBERT KEENAN 
DOHERTY 

Rob, Dirt Jr 

Believe it or not 
I have nothing to 
say 

-RD '88 



LINDA ANN 
DONALDSON 

I'd rather laugh with the sinners 
than cry with the saints; The sinners 
are much more fun. 
Only the good die young. 



SENIORS 25 




HEATHER DOUGHTY 

Dought, Heath 



Happiness doesn't depend upon 
what happens outside of you, but 
what happens on the inside. This is 
our time, we have it all. -Peter 
Cetera 




KARL V. FARMER JR. 

Bubba Chilly B B-Dog 

If the mountains ahead look rough 
and very high, put on your happy 
face and give it your best try... It 
got me out of here! 



JENNIFER MICHELLE 
DURAN 

Jen 



Whaat? 




KIMBERLY JANE 
FARMER 

Kimmy, Spaz, Fahmah 



Good friends we've had and good 
friends we've lost along the way. In 
this great future, you can't forget 
your past. - Bob Morley 



MELANIE A. 
EDWARDS 

Mel 



No matter 
Where you go 
There you are!! 




RICHARD FERRETT 

Rich 

Every little look in your eyes, it's all 
it takes for me to realize, we can last 
forever and we will always be 
together. 



CAMILLA S. ERICSOP 

Cam, Milla, Vanilla 

The good times 
and the bad times 
the bad times fade away 
But the good times last 

FOREVER 




LESLIE GRACE FRYE 

Harry H., Fezi, Yogi, Les 

Hey! Hey! Ranger Smith, I wasri 
stealing any pic-a-nic baskets! 

-Yogi Bei 



26 SENIORS 



n 



ELIZABETH ANNE 
GALANI 

Lyz, Lyzette 

I don't need a weatherman 
to tell me which way 
the wind blows -B.D. 
We'll do the time warp again. - 
R.H. 



MARC ANTHONY 
GALVAN 

People are interested in bridges; I've 
always been more interested in what 
goes on underneath bridges. 

-Bono U2 



JENNEE GARRISON 

Reality is good sometimes for kicks, 
but don't let it get you down. 

-Grafitti 



ROGER GAUL 

Rocket, Roger-Dodger 
Roget 

The surest way to make a monkey of 
a man is to quote him. 

-Robert Benchley 




ANGELA RENEE 
GAUTIER 

Angelique, Angelico 
Ang-Mar 

Iwho cares what everyone else 
thinks? You can't make everybody 
happy so just make yourself happy. 



IRENE ELIZABETH 
GENERAL 

Renee, Rene Beth 

As our planet obeys the laws of grav- 
ity, nature, and time, we must look 
to the heart to find our part that we 
play in the grand design. -RLM 



GRETCHEN LEE 
GERBRANDS 

Reedy-B, Getchman, Fletch 

And remember, I'm not only 
the hair club president, 
but I'm also a client. 

-Sy Spurling 



LISA E. GETTY 

Lisa-B, Saghetti 

So maybe the day will come 
When you never have to 
Feel no pain 

After all my complaining 
Gonna love this life -CH 



SENIORS 27 



DONALD E. GIARD 

Pistol 

Oh yea, third row, 
She's a fox... 

-Gary Hart 
Saturday Night Live 



JAYSON C. GILBERTI 

Rambo Kid K. Jayce 

And so, my fellow Americans, 
Ask not what your country can do 
for you; ask what you can do for 
your country. -JFK 



AMY ELIZABETH 
GODART 

Aimless Goob 

I'll remember all the laughter, 
As we go our separate ways. 
But there's so much we're still 

learning, 
And we just can't be afraid 



TAAVO LARS 
GODTFREDSEN 

Taco, Tav 



The trick is growing up 
Without growing old. 



-C.S. 




PAUL GOODALE 



DAVID GOODALE 

Hoover (Suppa) 

We're just two lost souls swimming 
in a fish bowl. Year after year run- 
ning over the same old ground of 
how we found the same old fears. 



DOUGLAS GRAY 

Doug, Bougie 

If you don't jump a puddle you will 
never know if you could have made 
it. 



BETH SUSAN GREEN 

It's not that I condone fascism o 
any ism for that matter. Isms in m 
opinion are not good. A perso; 
should not believe in an ism, a per 
son should believe in himself. -Fei 
ris Bueller 



28 SENIORS 



ROXANNE HANNON 

Rox, Foxy Roxy 

riendship wipes away the tears, 
id brings upon a smile. Friendship 
)mforts all my fears, and makes 
lem all worthwhile. 



TRAVIS WADE 
HANSON 

Trav, Trav-man 

I thought it was a neat idea. I still 
do. 

-Lt. Col. Ollie North 



RUSSELL KEITH 
HARRINGTON 

Rusty 

Nothing left to do but 
smile, smile, smile. 

-Grateful Dead 



ZENOBIA NICOLE 
HARRIS 

Nobia 

I am on my way to start a new life, to 
try and find my way to the top. I 
don't know where to start but I'll 
find a way to fulfill my dream. 




MELISSA ANN HART 

Lissy, Zippy 

f the wave swells 
lide it! 

-Me- 



LISA JOYCE 
HARTWELL 

Yse, Lisalisa 

Saying goodbye isn't saying 
we're through, just know 
through it all I'm still 
here for you. 

-Air Supply 



CATHERINE HAWLEY 

Caycee 

Goodbye my friends, 
I may leave forever. 
But I'll never forget. 



DAVID HOLLIS 

Dave, Hobber, Holly 

If you don't believe it 
You can't achieve it! 

-Tommy Lasorda, L.A. Dodgers 



SENIORS 29 



KAREN ANNE 
HOLMSTEAD 



I look to the sea, reflections in the 
waves spark my memories, some 
happy some sad. 

I think of childhood friends and the 
dreams we had. -Styx 



KRISTIN LYNN 
HOVDE 

Let charm be thy spear 
and wit be thy armor! 

-KMH 



NICOLE ISABELLE 

Nikki, Nik, Puddles 

Heartbreaker your time has come; 
can't take your evil ways, go away 
Heartbreaker 

-Led Zeppelin 



NATALIE A. JACQUES 

Natalie 

Take one step out the door 
Look around for a lot more 
Off in the distance 
Fire burn bright 
We make decisions -INXS 




ALLEN JEFFREY 
JONES 

Man cannot discover new oceans un- 
less he has courage to lose sight of 
the shore. 

-AG 



TINA MARIE JONES 

Tee 

I decided long ago, never to walk in 
anyone's shadow; if I fail, if I suc- 
ceed, at least I'll live as I believe. 



BRIAN A. KANE 



There's a feeling I get when I look to 
the west... 



-Led Zeppelin 



DAVID GORDON 
KELLEHER 

Twixt optimist and pessimist 
The difference is droll: 
The optimist seeks the 

doughnut; 
The pessimist seeks the hole. 



30 SENIORS 



PATRICK D. 
KELLIHER 

Now I like takin" off 
Don't like burnin' out 
If we don't slow this fire down 
we're not gonna last 

-Boston 



MICHELLE LEE 
KENNEY 

You're a winner for a 
lifetime if you seize 
that one moment and 
make it shine!!! 



TANYA ANNE 
KIRKLAND 

Sleep, sleep tonight and 
May your dreams be realized. 
If the thundercloud 
Passes rain, so let it rain 
Rain down on you 

-U2 



SONIA KNAPP 

Don't need nothin' but a good 
time! 

-Poison 




CHAD LEHMANN 



BRIAN LENZ 

Money Talks 

-Milo Bloom, "Bloom County 



DANA BRITT LARSEN 

Dane Dee Duck 

You can only live once, 
but if you live right, 
once is enough. 



ALAIN LAVELANET 



Never massage a dead cat before 
lunch! 

Sarpe ne utile quidem est scire 
quid futurum bi. 



SENIORS 31 



DONALD JAMES 
LEWIS 

Jamie, CCl 

We Gotta Go Now 
-Kingsmen 



KAREN S. LIPCZER 

Every Rose has its Thorn 
-Poison 



PAMELA JANE 
LOONEY 

Pam, Pammie Loon 

Now it's time to say goodbye and the 
good times now are memories. I wish 
that I had time to cry but I'm in 
much too big a hurry. 



JOE MICHAEL 
LOVECCHIO 

Jumpin' Joe LoVecchio 

Reading maketh a full man; 
conference a ready man; 
and writing an exact man. 
So what went wrong? 

-Sir Francis Bacon 




MICHAEL K. LUKA 

VVhen you finally climb the moun- 
tain, you see the other side, it's the 
morning side. 

-S.VV. 



JENNIFER LYDON 



Good Times, Bad Times 
You know I've had my share 

You don't know what you got 
Til it's gone 



TRACEY LINDA 
MANNING 

Tra-Tra-Bay Trace 



The best things 
those who wait. 



life comes to 



MICHELLE FRANCES 
MARINO 

Give me one moment in time. 
When I'm more than I thought 
I could be, when all of my dreams 
are a heartbeat away, and the 
Answers are all up to me. 

-Whitney Houston 



Tomorrow is the today we worried 
about yesterdav. 

-Zig 



32 SENIORS 



ii 



LAURA ANNE 
MARTELL 



lir greatest glory consists not in 
iver falling, but in rising every 
me we fall. 

-Oliver Goldsmith 



WILLIAM J. MARTIN 

Will, Willie 

Sometimes I feel like a nut, 
Sometimes I don't 

-Mounds Commercial 



BRIAN MAYER 



BENEDICT J. 
MCALLISTER 

Benjamin, Ben, Jamin 

I'd rather be a freeman 

In my grave, 
Than living as a puppet 
On a stage 

-Jimmy Cliff 




ROBIN JENNIFER 
MCARDLE 
Rob 

.Talent means next to nothing, 
hile experience, acquired in humil- 
y and with hard work, means 
verything. 

-Patrick Suskind 



JAMES PATRICK 
MCGOVERN 

Jim, McGov, Moosey 

U.B.U. 
Reebok 



LUKE JOSEPH 
MCINNIS 

Few people can really 
Speak with pizazz 

-Steve Martin 



PAMELA J. MILLER 

Pam 

...Someday when we both 

reminisce. 
We'll both say there wasn't 

too much we missed. 
And through the tears we'll smile 
When we recall, we had it all... 



SENIORS 33 



BONNIE L. MOSCA 
Bon 



ALISSA MILLMAN 



I believe in the sun 

Even when it's not shining 




MICHAEL O'MALLEY 

Fred Meyer 



In youth, one finds a unique beauty 
in life, giving one a special insight 
which can never be forgotten. 



You know I've always been 

A dreamer so put me 

On a highway; Show me a sign 
And take it to the limit 
One more time. 

-The Eagles 




AMY JEAN O'NEILL 

Shortie, Shortstuff 

As we depart and go 

On our seperate 

Ways. .Let us Remember 

The good times.... 

We have only just begun 



NANCY MOSCA 

Nance 

I'm shaking my past 
Making my breaks 
Taking control 
If that's what it takes 




DIANE MARIE OLSEN 

Let's have our lives in such a way 
that we can laugh when we're to- 
gether, and smile when we're alone. 



CRAIG O'BRIEN 




DOUGLAS ANTHONY 
ORLANDO 



34 SENIORS 




HERBERT LEE 
PARNELL 

Lee 

SAMUEL H. PANZERI Maybe in another year 



Sam, Sammy 



ANTHONY PAGLIA 

Tony 

emember what we've said 
nd done and felt about 
ach Other 

..If they have merci. 



Seasons will change 
You must move on 
Folow your dreams 

-G.T.R.- 



The simple life we lead 
Could become more comfortable 
Or even change completely. 

-The Icicle Works 



LEANNE MARIE 
PARSONS 

Lea 

Love is strong when you 
Share it with the right 
Person, Don't give it up 
Without a fight 




JULIE ANNE PILGRIM 



KENNETH J. 
PEDERSEN 

Ken 

tors must make us think 
1 ^y're real 

< T friends must not 
like us think we're acting 
-Jim Morrison 



CLARENCE POWELL, 
Jr.,. C-Dog, CP., Tank, 
Chomp Ice 

Look up and live! 
Take control of your destiny 
Take a stand! Be somebody! 
Never say I can't. ..just do it 
Most of all don't regret it!! 



SARA ANNE PUFFER 

Puff, PP, Puffaweatie 

Free at Last 
Free at Last 
ALHS 

We are Free at Last 



SENIORS 35 



WILLIAM LEWIS 
PUTNEY 

Bill 

The time is gone 
The song is over 
Thought rd something more 
To say 

-Pin]< Floyd 

It's time to ramble on. 

-Zep 



ANNE ELIZABETH 
RICCI 

Annie-Baby, Goob 



PAULA RAPOZA 

Live life to the fullest 
Because it's much too precious to 
waste! 

-Me 



ED RENAULD 

The Dirty Dog 

Think before you speak 
Suffer for your words 
Learn to give respect 
That I must give to you 



Give me one moment in time wh 
am more than I thought I could 
When all my dreams are a heartl it 
away. The answer is up to me. 




WILLIAM S. RICKER 

Bill 

Heart and Desire can never be 
stopped, it can only be delayed! 



JEFF RIVET 



I get up around seven 
Get out of bed around nine 
I don't worry about nothing 
Cause worrying's a waste of my 
time 



CYNTHIA RIVINIUS 

Cindy 

Life is what you make of it 
If you try hard enough 
You will get what you want 



AMBRIEL S. 
ROSENBERG 

Time passes and you must mo' 
on 

Half the distance takes you tw 
as long. 

-The Eag i 



36 SENIORS 



1 



JONATHAN MATTHEW 
RUSSO 

Jon 

To spend too much time in studies 
iS sloth. 

-Sir Francis Bacon 



,1-* 




SUZANNE SEGAL 

Suzy, Suz 

I 

pme people come into our lives and 
[jickly go. Some who stay for a 
|hile leave footprints in our hearts 
id we are never the same. 



EVA SAEZ MORENO 

Remember 

Those who speak with an accent 
know twice as much language as 
you. 

Al mal tiempo buena cara. 




WINIFER S. SEWALL 

Win, Wini 

Dream baby dream of all that's 
come and going and you will find 
out in the end there really is no dif- 
ference. 

-INXS 



KRISTIN F. SAVAGE 

Peepy, Skervy, Kris 

Ramble on 
Now's the time, 
The time is now 
To sing my song 

•Led Zeppelin 




STEPHANIE LYNN 
SHEETS 

If you only knock long enough and 
loud enough at the gate, you're sure 
to wake up somebody. 

-Henry Longfellow 



KRISTEN SCALISE 




TIMOTHY M. SHUTE 

Tim 

Come in here dear boy. Have a cigar. 
You're gonna go far. You're gonna 
fly high. Never gonna die. Make it if 
you try: They're gonna love you. 



SENIORS 37 



BRIAN EMERSON 
SMITH 

Smitty, Smit, Bri, B 

In life there is no significance in 
things, just how they are done is 
important. 

-Christopher Edward Smith 



LAUREN MARIE 
SOLOMITA 

Laur, Lola, Lorraine 

A few more hours to be complete, a 
few more nights on satin sheets; a 
few more times that I can say, I've 
loved these days. 

-Billy Joel 



SARA TOBY 
SOMERSET 

If I should meet thee 
After long years, 
How should I greet thee- 
With silence and tears? 

-Byron 

Smile, and the world smiles too! 



KRISTINE MARIE 
SPIEWAK 

Krysha, Kris 

Embrace the stars when it is nigh 
and catch a glimpse of heavea' 
light; ride out each storm; it shd 
depart, then hang a rainbow in yon 
heart. 




MICHAEL STEIN 



CHRISTINE 
SULLIVAN 

Chris 

I know I've been released 
But I don't know to where 
Nobody's gonna tell me now 
And I don't really care. 



THOMAS B. SULLIVAN 

Tom, Sully 

Rules are made to be broken. 
Don't let education get in the way 

of your learning. 
Support wildlife, throw a 
PARTY!! 



ADAM S. TOBEY 

Adama, Adan, God 

You have to catch the future 
If it is not coming toward you 
It is running away 

-Shaka Zolu 



38 SENIORS 



LAURIE ANN 
TOMCZYKOWSKI 

iknew looking back on my tears 
Huld somehow make me laugh, but 
Iiever knew looking back on my 
lighter would somehow make me 



DAVID MICHAEL 
TRANT 

Whatsoever thy hands 
Findeth to do, 
Do make sure it's done 
With all thy might!! 



KRISTI LEE TRAVERS 

I won't be afraid 
No, I won't be afraid 
Just as long as you 
Stand by me. 

-Ben E. King 



HEATHER URQUHART 



Pleeease. 




OSTA A. VASILAKIS 

PH 

waited four years to write a 
te and I still can't think of one. 

-KV 



JEAN VENUTI 

Smiley, Whiz 

Keeping a smile on your face will 
make the bad times not so bad, but 
the good times even better. 

-JV 



JOHN WALKER 

In the beginning the Universe was 
created. This has made a lot of peo- 
ple very angry and been widely re- 
garded as a bad move. 

-Douglas Adams 



DAVID MARTIN 
WEINFURT 

The hand that 
Rocks the cradle 
Rules the world 
-William Ross Wallace 



SENIORS 39 



NATALIE J. 

WHITCOMB APRYL WHITT 

Nat 



LARRY WESTCOTT 

It is best to remain silent and be 
thought stupid than to open one's 

mouth 
and remove all doubt. 

-Abraham Lincoln 




SHARON A. WHITT 

My thoughts are not your thoughts, 
neither are your ways my ways. But 
I have fought a good fight, I have 
finished my course, I have kept the 
faith. 



LIA ALICE WHEELER 

Pia, Whee 

Long you live and high you fly, 
smiles you'll give and tears you'll 
cry, all you touch and all you see, is 
all your life will ever be! -Pink Floyd 





■* ..i ll 'I 

HEATHERLY JAN 
WILSON 

Heath 

I believe there comes a time when 
everything just falls in line, you live 
and learn from your mistakes, the 
deepest cuts are healed by fate. 



I want the cultures of all lands to be 
blown about my House as freely as 
possible, but I refuse to be blown off 
my feet by any. 

-Mahatma Ghandi 




SUZANNE JOAN 
WRIGHT 

Just one more jump, and then we 
really must be going. 

-Winnie-the-Pooh 



I never think of the future. 
It comes soon enough. 

-Albert Einstein 




CHRISTOPHER L. 
ZELLNER 

Chris, Z, Z-Bird 

...And even if you have to say, Bi;. 
calana to Beniquez to Balboni.. 
ever, ever let them see you sweat. 
-Tim McArver for Ban Roll-Or 



40 SENIORS 



Clarence Powell flirts with an 
underclassman. 




SENIORS 41 




Hilarious Hackers - Will Martin and 
Melanie Edwards 



Sweetest Smiles. Brian Smith and 
Alissa Millman 



SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 

Although the people pictured on 
the next six pages were chosen by 
ballot because of their outstanding 
features or abilities, every Bedford 
High Student is superlative in his or 
her own way. This year, we asked 
every student to describe hinnself or 
herself in terms of a superlative. The 
following pages hold a sampling of 
the answers that we received. 
Hopefully, this new tradition of hav- 
ing students write about themselves 
will be carried on in future years. 

-Most likely to be Willy Whistle's 
replacement: Heather Carlton. 

-Most likely to contort himself in 
strange ways and get stuck: Adam 
Tobey. 

-Most likely to crash the world's 
first rubber car: Tracey Manning. 

-Most likely to be late: Linda 
Donaldson. 

-Most likely to fall off the edge of 
the earth: Michelle Kenney. 

-Most likely to be injured once a 
month: Dana Larsen. -Most likely to 
get arrested as an innocent by- 
stander: Laura Martell. 

-Most likely to not know what to 
do with his life: Allen Jones. 

-Tie Imelda Marcos and Mrs. Gol- 
ley for the number of shoes she 
owns: Lisa Hartwell. 

-Least likely to have an affair with 
Danny Quayle: Beth Green. 

-Most likely to build the world's 
most innovative nuclear weapon: 
John Walker. 

-Most likely to chain herself to the 
White House fence: Lyz Galani. 






Goofy Giggles - Taavo Godtfredsen 
and Lauren Solomita. 



Dressed to Kill - Winifer Sewall and Doug 
Gray. 



42 SENIORS 





-Most likely to be misguided 
along the way: Chrissy 
Anderson 

-Most likely to be leader of 
an elite group of African ze- 
bras: Taavo Godtfredsen. 
-Most likely to burn down 
his house: Jon Russo. - 
Most likely to be a film star: 
Ryan Cardoos. 
-Most likely to meet "Mr. 
Right" on Sunday morning 
at Denny's: Lauren 
Solomita. 

-Most likely to be the first 
female quarterback in the 
N.F.L.: Liz Boehm. 



Loveliest Locks - Krysha Spiewack and 
Paul Cronin. 




Timid Twosome 
drea Casserly. 



Don Giard (not pictured) and An- 



Truesome Twosome - Ambriel Rosenberg and Lee 
Parnell. 



SENIORS 45 




-Most likely to become one of the fast- 
talking spokespeople for Federal Express: 
Sara Sonnerset. 

-Most likely to be caterer to major parties 
and maybe even have one: Tommy 
Sullivan. 

-Most likely to steal a briefcase: Leah 
Benson. -Most likely to be kicked out of 
college for plagiarism: Don Giard. 
-Most likely to steal a picnic basket: Leslie 
Fryer. 




Luscious Legs - Taavo Godtfredsen and Pam Miller. 



Artistically inclined - Lyz Galani and 
Russ Harrington (not pictured, he was 
too busy drawing) 




Superbly Spirited - Tommy Sullivan and Alissa Marvellously Musical - Mike Stein and Gretche 
Millman. Gerbrands. 



46 SENIORS 



ANOERSON.CHRISTINE 

64 Wildwood Drive 
Activities: Varsity Cross-Country 
1.2,3: Captain 4; Spring Tracl< 1; Var- 
sity 2,4; Concert Band 1: V\/ind En- 
semble 2,3,4; Marctiing Band 1,2.3,4; 
Ctioir 1,2,3; Madrigal 4; Musical 
1.2.3.4; Orchestra 2.3.4; Varsity 
Boys' Basketball Manager 2,3.4; 
A.F.S. 2,3; Treasurer 4; French Club 
2,3,4; SADD 2,3.4; Citizenship Com- 
mittee 3.4; Student Advisory Council 
3.4; Massachusetts Girls State 3; 
N H S. 3.4; Student Government Day 
Representative 3; Hall Decorating 
1.2.3.4; Powder Puff 3.4; Prom Deco- 
rating 3; HENRY 1,2,3,4; Bedford-Ar- 
ras Exchange 3,4. Thanks To: Mom. 
Dad. Eric. Camilla. Paul. Enk. Rob. 
Lisa H.. Jamie. Tamar. Roger, Grub, 
Jay son, Dana, Alissa, Jon, Pete. 
Camp McWain. the Slicks. Laura-for 
always being there: Jen-for making 
me laugh; Marianne-I miss you!; Luke- 
for making my Junior year the best; 
Kri-for being my best friend in the 
world; HENRY-Heather. Karen. Leah, 
especially Suzanne(your best friend 
always) You are the greatest! Future 
Goals: To stay off the Lowell Connec- 
tor, never stop laughing about August 
17. 1988. fulfill my New Year's Resolu- 
tion # 7, 1986. and go cow tipping in 
Belgium with Marianne. Seriously, to 
be happy, successful, and fill my life 
with the finer things. 
ARDITO, DOUGLAS 
26 Hay den Lane 
ATKINSON, WILLIAM 
/ 18 Offut Rd 
BAKER, RACHEL 
2 Neillian Way 

Activities: Field hockey 1. Thanks 
To: Myman, Colleen. Jess. Mark. Gus. 
and Cindy for being my best friends 
and helping me be myself. Thanks to 
Jeanee. Pat. Dave. Am brief Lee, Les- 
lie, Sara, Angela, Lyz, Heather, Kris- 
ten, and everyone else for being my 
friends. Also thank you to the art 
teachers, I'll never forget you. Finally. 
Josh. I love you forever! Future 
Goals: To join the Peace Corps, be- 
come a famous artist, and live "happi- 
ly ever after" with Josh. 
BENSON, LEAH 
4 Gould Rd 

Activities: Wind ensemble 1.2.3,4; 
Jazz ensemble 3.4; marching band 
1.2.3.4; Orchestra 2.3.4; Choir 
1.2.3.4; Musical 1.2.3.4; Athletic 
trainer 2,4; Social chairman 1; SADD 
1.2.3.4; French club 2,3.4; Hall deco- 
rating 1.2.3.4; Prom decorating 3; 
Powder Puff 3.4.. Henry 1.2.3.4. 
Thanks To: Marianne (passenger Ab- 
bott) I miss you!! the 3 LM'S (Laura. 
Luke. Lorelie). Caycee. Social Group 
(especially Anne and Heatherly). An- 
thony. Jayson. Grub. Kristen (Wanda- 
uh-Mrs. Clark here). Kosta. Dave. 
Kristen. Lauren and Eric. Dick and 
Marylou. everyone in D C. 86', Mon- 
treal 87', golf carts and our Canadien 
friends in Florida 88': Special thanks 
to Rob, to Pete and Paul for all thej 
summer 88' memories, and most of all 
to Karen, Heather, Chrissy. and Su- 



zanne-may HENRY live forever. 
Future Goals: Make an outrageous 
amount of money and have fun doing 
it. own an island, and play my sax like 
Clarence 

BISHOP, SUSAN 

7 Gleason Rd 
BOEHM, ELIZABETH 

33 Selfridge Road 

Activities: Soccer 1; varsity 3.4; 
swimming varsity 2.4; basketball 1; ju- 
nior varsity 2; varsity 3; Softball 1.2; 
track varsity3.4; French club 3; 
marching band 4; concert band 1.2.3; 
art director yearbook. 4. Thanks To: 
My family and friends. The teachers 
who taught me. The counseling office 
has been great. And for getting 
through my difficulty on my own with 
advice from: Linda Caissie. Heather 
Doughty, and CYO members of Hans- 
com AFB for having a great time with 
them. Future Goals: The Olympics is 
far but I think I can make it. (Hopeful- 
ly) After, a professional singer and 
athlete in the U. S. Later. I would like to 
help the starving people in the U.S. 
and all over the world. 
BRADSHAW, BRIAN 
/ Lido Lane 

Activities: Football 1; Concert Band 
1; Wind ensemble 2. 3. 4; Jazz Ensem- 
ble 2.3.4; Pit orchestra 3.4; Marching 
band 2.3.4; Thanks To: Mom. Dad, 
Kevin - thanks for the car; Terry - 
thought I zigged when I zagged; Jerry- 
come on fella; Rich - pretty beautiful; 
Eric - you small goon you; Mike- nice 
guitar; Scott - that Godlike Morocca; 
Tosh - definitely; Pat - who did you go 
out with???; George - watch out for 
those fire hydrants; John- "Mori!"; 
Mr. Hunt - cornucopiatic?; Mr. Barbas 
- who goes to Oberlin?; the rest of the 
marching band; Fort Apache Studios; 
Kate; and of course Tanya- thanks for 
all the support and great junior and 
senior years. Hope we make it. Corny! 
Future Goals: Play the Centrum; 
graduate college. 
BRUHA, ANN 
/ 1 Lane Avenue 

Activities: Cheerleading 1,2,3,4; 
Spanish club 2,3; Hall decorating 
1,2,3,4; Prom Decorating 3. Thanks 
To: Thank you. Mom. Dad. and Mary, 
you've made everything easier. Ste- 
phen. I love you. I couldn't have done 
it without you! Pammy don't forget I 
hated you! Lia remember Waldens 
and summer '88! Pam and Lia don't 
ever forget how to get to Newton 
South. Bonnie-ooo. Sunoco and Jes- 
sie. Especially Caycee, Pheasant 
Lane Mall, my parents gone. Lisa and 
Gretchen- ski trip '88 Canada. Don't 
forget Don and the drinks. Tracey, 
could our families be more identical? 
Thanks Jimbo, Cheri, Barclay's car) 
and A-wing crew- you're the best. Fu- 
ture Goals: To never worry and to 
always BE HAPPY! 
CAISSIE,LINDA jfff% 
9 Patriot Circle ^'-^^ 
Activities: Hall Decorating 3.4; Paral- 
lax 3.4. Thanks To: All of my friend- 
s. especially Amy O'Neill and Liz 
Boehm. Future Goals: Get a good 



paying job and go to college. 
CALLAHAN,DANNY 

383 South Rd 

Activities: Basketball. Varsity 1.2,3 
captain 4; Baseball. JV 1. Varsity 
2.3.4. Thanks To: Eddy. Scott. Dave. 
Brian. Chris, Jim. Jeff. Ryan, Laurie, 
Pam, Lia. Heatherly. Zenobia. Jamie. 
Nikki. Coach Sabourin and the rest of 
my coaches; people, food, and sci- 
ence crew: Bonnie. Pam. Amy, Kris- 
ten, Laura, Marty, and Rob; my sisters 
Maureen, Kerry, Annmarie. my grand- 
mother, my uncle Frankie. Special 
thanks Mom. Dad. and Julie I love 
you! Future Goals: To get a college 
basketball scholarship, own my own 
company, become rich so I can buy a 
new truck, car, snowmobile, boat, and 
every other toy I want! 
CAMPBELL.CYNTHIA 
267 Concord Rd 

Activitties: Athletic Trainer. Thanks 
To: Suzy - I'll miss you. Thanks Ange- 
la-la. Kristen. Nancy. Mel. Marni. my 
family. Jen. Danny. Mr. Hunt, Mrs. 
Haggerty, the girls at work and any- 
one else I forgot. Remember guys, this 
is just the beginning. Tim- I'll look you 
up when I'm rich. Future Goals: To 
go to college, live in France, get mar- 
ried a few times and have no kids. 
Also to learn French so I can under- 
stand the songs in Express. 
CARDOOS, RYAN 
18 Cot Hill Rd 
CAREY.BRETT 
10 Dewey Rd 

Activities: Golf 1,2; ROTC 1,2; Dra- 
ma 2. 3, 4; Choir 1.2.3. 4; Sleep 1.2.3. 4. 
Thanks To: Jim (Adam). Ed (God), 
Chris (Moses), Mike. Jolt. Fred Meyer. 
John Bender. Max Headroom, and fi- 
nally Mom and Dad. Future Goals: 
I...UH...DUNNO Mebbe stop saying 
morning when it ain 't. . . or is. . . DUNNO. 
I wanna black Lotus....! hope- 
... Mebbe? DUNNO. Not sure. 
CARLISLE,ANDY 
374 Davis Rd 
CARLSON,LAURA 
43 Great Rd 

Activities: Ensembles 1; Choir 2.3.4; 
Double Sextette 4; Hall Decorating 
1.2.3.4; Prom Decorating 3. Thanks 
To: Jillene. Tommy. Pammy. Rich. 
Andrea. Nikki - for being a great sister, 
the Mac Pac. Danny. David. Robbie. 
Chris, and Eddie; the lower A wing 
crew. Kristen - for all the crazy things 
we did together. Bonnie - for always 
being there - love ya. Mrs. Isabelle - 
for all the advice. Stephen - for being a 
great teacher. Jeff - you always under- 
stood. Mom and Dad - you're the 
best, and especially Robbie - I 
wouldn't have made it with out you - 
thanks. Future Goals: To become a 
lawyer and to learn how to skydive in 
Colorado. 

CARLTON.HEATHER 

48 Notre Dame Road 
Activities: Majorettes 1.2.3.4. cap- 
tain 3. 4; Softball 2. 3; Powder Puff 3. 4; 
Ensembles 4; French club 2; Prom 
Decorating 3; HENRY 1,2,3,4. 
Thanks To: Mom, dad, and Betsy; 
Robbie Doherty, Laura Martell, Cay- 



cee Hawley, Glen Pearson, Jimmie 
Caruso, Jayson Gilberti, Aaron Finkel- 
stein, Brian Kane, Anthony Paglia, 
Chris Drew; Laurie T. - all our talks and 
songs; Pam and Paul - IPS, Mahna- 
Mahna guys; Majorettes - especially 
Pam Taylor and Lorl Goodwin; Good 
luck Marianne - we miss you; the Vi- 
geants; Mrs. Walcott; Florida and 
Montreal; Dave Baumann - sunsets, 
Hurricane Gloria. Special thanks to 
HENRY: Leah, Karen, Suzanne, and 
Chrissy - you guys have made it the 
best! Future Goals: Own a lifetime 
supply of Chiclets, have my kids col- 
lect David Baumann' s baseball cards, 
find chowder, stay off the Lowell Con- 
nector, become a professional golf 
cart theif and to get my truck. 
CASSERLY, ANDREA 
377 North Rd 
CHEMLEN, MICHAEL 
303 Concord Rd 
CHUI, CHI MING 
53 Dunster Rd 
COLLIER, JENNIFER 
71 A Scott Circle 
COLLIGAN, PATRICIA 
3 Andrews Circle 
CORDES, ERIK 

3 Jeffery Circle 

Activities: Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Win- 
ter track 1,2,3,4; Spring track 1,2,3,4; 
Telemedia 2.3.4; French club 2,3.4; 
Bedford - Arras 3,4. Thanks To: 
Mom, Dad, Commander Adama, Ken, 
Jones, the Bedford High stick ball] 
team, Lenny, and the unrespectedl 
cross country team. Future Goals: 
Be successful marine biologist, make 
1992 Olympic stickball team. 
COREA, ANGELA 

4 Minuteman Drive 

Activities: Varisty diving 1; Varisty 
gymnastics 1; Varsity basketball 3.4; 
Hall decorating 2.3.4; Lip synch 2.3; 
French club 3; Prom decorating 3; 
Powder puff 3; Athletic trainer 3; Flags 
4; Choir 4; SADD 4; Drama club 4. 
Thanks To: All those who have 
shared their smiles with me. Specia, 
thanks to: Boe. Lou, Miss Aquanett, 
Spaz. Kelley. Foxy, Kris. Chelle, 
Lauren. Jen. Wendy. Lia. and m> 
homeroom buddies. Especially Mom, 
Dad. big bro Pete, and my cutie Gins 
Future goals To figure out why ob 
jects in the mirror are closer than the^ 
appear. 

CORIATY, CHRISTOPHER 

1 1 Constitution Drive 
Thanks To: My family and Fred w/jdj 
were always there. Ski. Tim, Bill 
Goony, Ronel, Randall, Paul, Sean] 
Todd, Mary Jo, the Mets, Robert S. 
Darrell C, and Craig C. also to m \ 
good pals Bob, Tom, Bruce. Angus 
Jimmy, Iggy. John, and Eric. Specie 
thanks to Tammy White. Futurr 
Goals: To keep on running full spee<' 
until my dying day because I think it 
better to burn out than slowly fad^, 
away. To always be interested an-' 
proud of what I've done. So when th 
final bell rings I can tell myself I'v 
won. 

COTE.KATY 

129 Page Rd 



48 SENIORS 




Thanks To: Friends! Love you all, 
NIkki. Kristi, Tanya, Mike, Suzy, 
Kathy, Kristen, Marty, Danielle, Vicki, 
and those I did not name. Thanks to 
Nikki who in her own way helped me, 
Kristi could not have made it without 
you. Mrs I. for keeping me sane. 
Thanks to Mrs. Lohrum and the great- 
est admiration to Mrs. D. Brian and 
Rob- always thinking of you. Ponder- 
onians: always on my mind, in my 
heart, and in my soul. Special thanks 
to Mark, who showed me reality. I love 
you that. Also, special thanks to Mom, 
Dad, and my brothers three. A piece 
of advice: always show your true col- 
ors! Future Goals: To be the very 
best I can. 
COUTO, DANIEL 
23 Hay den Lane 

Activities: Football 1,2,3,4; Lacrosse 
1.2.3,4: Track 3: Hall decorating 
1.2.3,4: Intramural soccer 1,2,3,4; In- 
tramural Muckwack 3,4. Thanks To: 
Mom and Dad for putting up with me 
and giving me support and backing 
me up with all my ventures. To Natalie 
for making these past two years the 
best of my life and being there as a 
friend. To all my coaches and teach- 
ers for guiding me to my success. To 
Paul, James Patrick McGovern, Brian, 
Chris, Tom, and Darryl for being my 
friends through everything. Future 
Goals: To become an engineer, make 
a sucess of D. £ T. Co. distributors, 
buy a house, get married to a wonder- 
ful woman doctor, and live life to its 
fullest. 

CRONIN, PAUL 

2 Reed Lane 

Activities: Football 1,2,3 Captain 4; 
Lacrosse 1, Varsity 2,3,4; Ski trip 3,4; 
Lazertag 4. Thanks To: Daryl, Sam, 
Tom, Jim, Will, Taavo, Smitty. Chris, 
Doug, Dan, Lisa(for those hugs and 
kisses) Gretchen, Ram, Lauren, Rob- 
in, Heatherly, Amy, Laurie, Ann, 
Chrissy, Jonathan, Katie, Heather. 
Special thanks to: Coach Sab., Mr. 
Maxwell, Mom and Dad, Ryan, 
Chrissy, and Kristen. Tracey, Kim, 
Pam, and the crew at Harvard 1988! 
Future Goals: To get into college! 
Hang-glide, sky dive, and travel the 
world. I will party until I get married, 
then only on the weekends. Someday 
I will meet the guys from U2, own my 
owm business, and drive a Ferrari. Oh, 
and to be as awesome as Willy Martin. 
CURRAN, JOHN 
240 South Rd 

Activities: Football 1,2; Lacrosse 
1.2,3,4; Winter track 3; Drama club 
3,4. Thanks To: My friends and Mom 
and Dad Future Goals: To live how I 
want and to always be happy. 
DILLEN, JOHN 
45 Springs Rd 

Activities: Hockey 4; Prom decorat- 
ing 3. Thanks To: Rob Doherty, Craig 
O'Brien, Brian Kane, Jay son Gilbert i. 
Bill Picker, Joe Lovecchio, Ryan Car- 
doos, Will Martin, Sam Panzeri, Bill 
Putney, Kosta, Chris Gette, my family 
and anyone else I forgot to mention. 
Future Goals: 1. To find out what I 
want to do with my life and do it. 2. To 




Be Happy. 
DITORE, ANGELA 

1 1 Birch wood Dr 

Activities: Concert band 1; hall deco- 
rating 2,3,4; Prom decorating 3; Pow- 
der Puff 3,4; majorettes 4. Thanks 
To: Mom and Dad for everything. 
Thanx to Christine, Laurie, Kosta, 
Sue, Wendy, and all my friends 
through the years and to the major- 
ettes. Special thanks to Diane for all 
the good times and for being there. 
Very special thanks and love always to 
Sammy. Future Goals: To find out 
exactly what I want to do do and to 
enjoy doing it. To get married, have 
kids, be rich and happy. 
DOHERTY, ROBERT 
54 Notre Dame Rd 
Activities: Tennis 1; swimming 1,2,3; 
hockey 4. Thanks To: Anthony. 
Craig, Karen, Heather, Leah, Chrissy, 
Heatherly, Andy, all the hockey and 
sports crew. Special thanks to Jay- 
son, Suzanne, Grubb and Anthony. 
As always thanks Mom and Dad and 
all my family. Remember, Al Bundy 
lives in us all. Future Goals: To be 
rich and have a huge house with a 
hockey rink and ten swimming pools. 
Never again have to deal with moronic 
people and always be happy. I want to 
own a 1945 convertible Mustang 
Coupe as well! 
DONALDSON, LINDA 
305 Concord Rd 

Activities: French club 3,4; AFS 4; 
SADD 4; Hall decorating 1,2.3; Pow- 



der puff 4; Band 1,2,3. Thanks To: 
Jen, Melanie, Karl, Angelique, Nancy, 
Lisa. Niki, Camilla, Alissa, Dana, Luke, 
Dave, my family and my big sister. 
Future Goals: Marry a hockey player. 
DOUGHTY, HEATHER 
33 Curve St. 
DURAN, JENNIFER 
106 Offutt Rd 
ERICSON, CAMILLA 
97 Hancock Street 
Actvities: Field Hockey 1, Varsity 
2,3,4; Tennis 1,4; Basketball Manager 
Varsity 2,3,4; Prom Chairman 3.4; 
Prom Decorating 3; Hall Decorating 
2,3,4; SADD 3,4; French Club 2,3,4; 
Student Advisory Committee 3,4; 
Powder Puff Football 3,4; Marching 
Band 1; Double Sextette 2,3,4; Madri- 
gal 1,3,4; Choir 2; Musical 1.2,3,4; 
French Club Secretary 4; AFS 4. 
Thanks To: Mom, Dad, fvlaryAnn, my 
sister Shannon, Mom and Dad Solo- 
mi ta, friends Dana and Luke who 
make me laugh; Alissa for looking out 
for me; Lauren for putting up with me; 
Jamie for teaching me a lot; Taavo for 
singing with me when no one else 
would; Robin for understanding me; 
Lisa, Yse. Linda, Kim, Karl, my Field 
Hockey Buddies, Mishy, Shazam; and 
thanks to Doug, the Love of my Life! 
Future Goals: / would like to be hap- 
py in whatever I do. 
EDWARDS, MELANIE 
6 Reeves Rd 
FARMER, KARL 
14 Ledgewood Dr 



Activities: Basketball Varsity 2,3; 
Captain 4; Track Varsity 3,4. Thanks 
To:: Clarence, Franklin, Keith, Brian. 
Rob, Marcus, Sheldon Lennox- the 
Whole Dog Posse, Nicole King, My Lit- 
tle Nikkita, Nikki. Jen, Lisa, Kim. Lin- 
da, Gretchen, Sarah. Sarah. Leslie, 
Camilla, Dana, Dana-Dane, Lauren, 
Jim, Dan, Taavo, Jamie, Tom, Brian, 
Brian, Alissa, Busy Bee, Jill, Lia, Tra- 
cy, Allisia, Lisa, Tar a, Ann, Allison, 
Suzie, Lynn. I thank you all for making 
Bedford an easy place to move to. 
Special thanks to Tina Jones, "All 
right, Tina, We're outta here!". Fu- 
ture Goals: Attend college, graduate 
from college, graduate from law 
school, clock crazy doe. Whatever I 
do, I'll be holding a basketball nearby. 
FARMER, KIM 
14 Reeves Road 

Activities: Soccer 1,2. Varsity 3,4; 
Ski Team 1, Varsity 2,3,4; Track 3, 
Varsity 2; Varsity Softball 4; French 
Club 2, 3 4; A.FS. 2, 3, 4; S.A.D. D. 3, 4; 
Powder Puff 3,4; Prom Committee 
3,4; Hall Decorating 1,2,3,4; Stage 
Crew 3,4; Forum 4. Thanks To: Jen 
(find the answer to "whaat"?); Dana 
and Larsens (can you come out and 
play?); Alison, Jay. and Cuthberts; 
Mackie (see you in Barbados!); Paul 
(for being my buddy Jr. year); Camilla, 
Alissa, and the Senior crew; Soccer 
team; Ed and Ski team; and Mom and 
Dad. Special thanks to Cookie and 
Gramma for pulling through. Future 
Goals: To live at "Animal House" 



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while earning a degree in International 
Relations. To ski my life away, travel- 
ing in the Jeep. To meet U2 and Bob 
Marley (wherever he is). To see you all 
at the reunions (with gray hair). Basi- 
cally. I want to become the ultimate 
yuppie (Perrier, Rolex and Jaguar 
included). 

FERRETT, RICHARD 

7 Patterson Road 

Activities: Spanish Club: Varsity Win- 
ter Track 3, Varsity Spnng Track 3. 4; 
Thanks To: Karl, Alissa, John, Apryl, 
Sharon. Jimmy, Lynne, Jill, Lynnette, 
Marni, Heather for being a real good 
friend, Alexandra- thanks for all the 
good times we've had together, and 
finally Ivlom and Dad for believing in 
me. Future Goals: To become very 
successful, to have a lot of money, 
drive major sports cars, have 35 kids, 
and be the best lean be. Hey, let's not 
forget- to rule the world. 
FRYER, LESLIE 
237 Davis Road 

Activities: Varsity Field Hockey 

1.2.3, Captain 4; Basketball 1, Varsity 

2.3.4, Softball 1,2, Varsity 3,4; Drama 
Club 1,4: S.A.D.D. 3,4: A.F.S. 2,34: 
Hall Decorating 1,2,3,4: Lip Synch 2: 
Prom decorating 3: Latin Club 4. 
Thanks To: Sara Puffer for all your 
laughs, fun, and crazy driving. Lyz (Dr. 
Ruth) for your counselling. Caycee, 
Ambriel, Lee, Pat, Kristen, Angela, 
Jen, Michelle "tonic", and that Demo- 
crat Beth for all the jokes and kidding 
around. Thanks Field Hockey pals 
(you stim me!) Carl, where are you? 
fvfr. Kelly who put up with me for 3 
years. Special thanks to all Ivlom' s 
and Dad's support and love. Also 
Special thanks to Doug for putting up 
with me, I LOVE VOL/// Future Goals: 
To get married to the love of my life, 
have twins, and live happily ever after. 
GALANI, ELIZABETH 

3 Birch wood Dr 

Activities: Yearbook Co-Editor-in- 
Chief 4, Staff 2: Drama Club 1,2,3, 
Secretary 4, Tournament of Plays 
1,2,3,4: fvlajorettes 2,3,4: NHS 3.4: 
Basketball Manager 1,2: French Club 
2,3,4: Math League 2,3,4: SADD 
2,3,4: AFS 2,3, Secretary 4: Hall Dec- 
orating 2,3: Prom Decorating 5, Pow- 
der Puff 3: Concert Band 4; Citizen- 
ship Committee 4; Latin Club 
Secretary 4. Thanks To: Beth- GET 
THIS! Let's go to the mall! Love ya! 
Shine on you crazy diamond Jennee- 
Academy Awards. Sandra- 1 more 
year, have fun! Laura- you've kept me 
sane! Special thanks to Leslie and 
Doug- may you have the best of ev- 
erything always. Cindy and the major- 
ettes, Angelique, Natalie, Sara, Kayte, 
Lisa, Marc, Chris R. for hugs, the 
"Band Crew," Rachel, Adam, Andy, 
Karen W., Jerry for normality. Hey 
Jude and the parents, and, of course, 
blessings to the whole yearbook staff 
And Richard O'Brien, it was a neat 
idea. Future Goals: To always be free 
and young at heart, and to forever 
revel in the beauty of life. 
GALVAN, MARC 
30-A Scott Circle 



Activities: Marching Band 3,4. 
Thanks To: Anyone and everyone 
who has affected my three years at 
Bedford High School. Future Goals: 
My future goal is to be a professional 
in the music field. 
GARRISON, JENNEE 
3 Clark Circle 

Activities: Jazz Band 1: Student 
Council 1: Drama Club 1,2,3,4: 
Yearbook 4. Thanks To: Lyz and Nat 

who were always there: Nancy. Shelly, 
and Becky: Eric for unconditional love: 
Kayte, Cindie, Abbie, Loree, Dwayne, 
Julie: Brett haben nichts in ihr zu ver- 
lieren als ihre ketten. Sle haben eine 
welt zu gewinnen: Jim for Dec.-Jun. 
esp. May 23 and Jun 18!: Laura, 
Stephanie. Beth. Cindy, Barb & Dan, 
Lacey, Bill, Bill & Bill, Kathy. Mel, 
Mandy, Guirin, & of course Mom and 
Dad who drag me all over the world. 
Future Goals: To teach in a school 
where the bathrooms are all unlocked. 
To go to the academy awards so I can 
wear something daring and so Lyz can 
cheer me on. 
GAUTIER, ANGELA 
42 Roberts Drive 

Activities: Field Hockey 1,2: Double 
Sextette 1,2,3,4: French Club 2,3,4: 
Spanish Club 4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4: 
Yearbook 3: Marching Band 3. 
Thanks To: My parents for always 
being there: to all my friends, especial- 
ly my best friend Cindy, who has 
helped me through a lot. Thanks, Je 
vous aime beaucoup! Future Goals: / 
hope to make a difference in peoples ' 
lives, to make their lives better. Also, I 
want to travel all over the world. I hope 
to live in Italy on the edge of the ocean 
with a white husky and an Italian god. 
GENERAL, IRENE 
234 Hartwell Road 
Activities: Swimming 1: Ensembles 
4. Thanks To: Dr. Davis, Ms. Lorhum, 
Mrs. Hovsepian, and especially Mom, 
Dad, and Mrs. DiClemente. Future 
Goals: To go to college, work in a field 
I enjoy, and live my life to its fullest. 
GERBRANDS, GRETCHEN 
33 Sweetwater Ave 
Activities: Varsity Soccer 1,2,4: Flag 
Squad 2,3: Drum Major 4; Concert 
Band 1,2,4: Wind Ensemble 3,4: Choir 
1,2,3: Madrigal 4: Spring Musical 
1,2,3,4: Drama Club 4; French Club 
2,3,4: S.A.D.D. 3,4: Prom Committee 
3: Hall Decorating 1,2,3,4. Thanks 
To: Tra and Lisa- you're the best! Pis- 
tachio, Sneaka, Pia, Cay-cee, Ann, 
Heath, Sue, Alison- I'll miss ya! Doug- 
ee, Paul, Ryan, Will, Taavo, Tom- 
don' t forget your bib! Darryl, Bubba, 
Don, Jim, Brian, Dennis, Zelna, Chris, 
Beach kids, Mark- I love you! Mom, 
Dad, Chuck, Wendy, and Patches: 
Hairspray, footsie rolls. Big Ben, and 
Rusty! Thanx to the Paris crew for go- 
ing in front of me! Future Goals: To 
have Cyclops children and own the al- 
bum library of Freedom Rock. And 
perhaps pay my parents back 
(There's the big wrong-o!) 
GETTY, LISA 
16 Hayden Lane 

Activities: Cheerleading 1,2,3,4: 



French Club 2,3,4: Science League 
3,4: Hall Decorating 1,2,3,4: Powder 
Puff 3,4: Bed ford- Arras 3,4: S.A.D.D. 
3,4: NHS. 3. secretary 4; Prom Dec- 
orating 3,4: Double Sextette 4. 
Thanks To: Tracey for being my best 
buddy, Gretchen for being St. Ends, 
Cheri for being there, Lia for being 
"sunny" 'cause she's so bright, Alli- 
son for up- "lifting" experiences, and 
Mom and Dad- 1 love you all. Christine 
and A- Wing crew, Camilla, Lauren, 
Chrissy, Alissa, Lisa, Paul, Darryl, 
Ryan, Doug, Taavo, Brian, Chris, 
Tommy, Jimmy, Ann and all the "spirit 
bunnies". Also, height of hotness, Ms. 
Clairol, Dippedy-Doo, Montreal. Bion- 
ic Richard. Tracey- that's a big wrong- 
o tor you/ Future Goals: To train dol- 
phins, become a zamboni driver, and 
to make a rug out of all the hides of 
dissected cats from Adv. Bio. 
GIARD, DON 
17 Washington Street 
Activities: Basketball 1.2,3,4: Tennis 
2,3,4: S.A.D.D. 3,4: Yearbook 4,- Muk- 
wak 2: Science League 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3.4: Latin Club 4, Hall Decorat- 
ing 2.3,4: Forum 4; Lazer Tag 4. 
Thanks To: My family. Miss Lorhum, 
Mr. Hunt, my best friend Taavo, Lee 
(Waun)- co-inventor of the infamous 
"Waool-play", James Naismith, David 
Hollis, Trav-man, Jon, Roger, Jamie, 
Lauren, Dana, Camilla. Alissa, 
Chrissy, Will (for putting me "on the 
moon"), Luke (you lousy liberal), 
Dave W.. Jim, Sulli, Ryan, Paul, and to 
everyone else. Future Goals: Go to 
college and major in architecture, play 
basketball in college, become a well- 
known architect, make Rick Proulx do 
a "51" everyday for the rest of his life: 
marry Dana Larsen, adopt three Mexi- 
can children, and name one of them 
Don-Juan: see Mike Dukakis shave his 
eyebrows, and watch Taavo' s hair fall 
out. 

GILBERTI, JAYSON 

6 Landmark Road, Westford 
Activities: Varsity Golf 1,2,3, captain 
4; Rifle Team 2,3, varsity 4, Winter 
Track 1: Spring Track 1, varsity 2, 3, 4: 
Hall decorating 1,2,3,4: Thanks To: 
Mom, Dad, and Diane for all the help 
and support you have given me 
through all the years, also to all my 
grandparents, Alyssa, Anthony 
"Tuna", Grub, Rob, Robin, Kipper, 
Mary, Mr Reynolds, Mr Dyer, and es- 
pecially to Sue for a fantastic final 
year of high school. An additional 
thanks to all my relatives and all the 
friends I have made throughout the 
years. Future Goals: / intend to go to 
college, join the Army, I intend to go 
to college, join the Army, and do my 
share to protect this country and put a 
stop to communism. Then become a 
successful businessman and eventual- 
ly settle down with Sue. 
GODART, AMY 
/ 12 Davis Rd 

Activities: Soccer manager 1.2,3,4: 
concert band 1: ensembles 2: choir 
3.4: musical 3,4: hall decorating 
1,2,3,4; prom decorating 3: SADD 
3,4; French Club 2,3; social chairman 



2. vice-president 3, secretary 4. 
Thanks To: "the girls" - Anne, Heath, 
Lauree, Pam, and Robin: Win and Lisa 
- you guys are the greatest! Thanx for 
always being there and making me 
laugh! I luv you all!! Tom - thanx for all 
the special times - I love you!: social 
group - "out of control", Smallwood; 
George and Helen for the "secrets"; 
Jamie, Taavo, Will, Mike J., Pat J., 
Peter D., Mike D., Allen, Tommy, Jim- 
my, Caycee, the jr. guys, Carrie, Mr 
Maxwell, Ms. Lohrum and especially 
mom, Kristin. Rich and my family; also 
the Wilsons and Nana for being my 
second home!! Future Goals: To be 
happy, get married, live In California 
and own a '66 Mustang. 
GODTFREDSEN, TAAVO 
Activities: Soccer 1, basketball 
1,2,3. captain 4; tennis 1,2,3; Spanish 
Club 2, secretary 3. president 4; or- 
chestra 1.2.3.4; SADD 2,3,4; Boys' 
State 3; hall decorating 1.2,3.4; prom 
decorating 3; lazer tag 4. Thanks To: 
My strange and wonderful family: 
Ema, Isa. Arne. Marika. Special 
thanks to: Jamie. Jon. Don, Luke 
McP. my angel Annie, dave. the best 
friends a guy could have. Also thanks 
to: Will, Darryl, Alissa, Camilla, Dana, 
Lauren. Travis. Chrissy. Michelle. Kim, 
Stacie, Laura, my Harvard crew, the 
class of '89. ciao! Future Goals: To 
play college basketball somewhere: 
become a world renowned chiroprac- 
tor; to star in Paul Simon 's videos and 
last but not least to be happy and 
meet as many interesting people as 
possible. 

GOODALE, DAVID 

5 IB Scott Circle 

Activities: Upper A wing 1.2.3,4; sus- 
pension 1,2,3; gymnastics (out of\ 
school) 1. Thanks To: My good, 
friends Cid and Jane. A special thanks 
to "my brothers" and my brother, and 

1 will see everyone again, on the dark 
side of the moon. P. S. Thanks to the 
white horse. Future Goals: / want to 
move out and grow with my friends 
Cid and Jane, go to college at Texas 
A & M and be an aggie like my father. 

2 career fields I would like to join, the 
Air Force and fly or the Air Force and] 
be an industrial engineer 
GOODALE, PAUL 

5 IB Scott Circle 
GRAY, DOUGLAS 
105 Fletcher Rd ! 
Activities: SADD 4, choir 4, Forum 4,] 
Drama Club 3,4, ski team 4, work] 
1,2,3,4, good times 1,2,3,4, prorr) 
decorating 3, hall decorating 4. 
Thanks To: Mom and Dad thanks 
good old Marky, mike, danny, Melissa, 
the Harvard crew, the lazer tag crew. 
Gingiss, Alissa for being obnoxious 
Michelle, roxanne, Kristin and Eva 
Thanks Lisa, Tracey, Gretchen anc 
Alison. Bob and Marie, Youth Ministry 
you, uou geek, arlington Catholic fo 
showing me myself and Bedford Higl 
for letting me enjoy myself Eric, Tom 
Pat, david, Julee. Future Goals: Taki 
a wild guess! But also never to run ou 
of good times, good friends and mem 
ories. never to forget how to enjoy life' 



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and always to remember to keep 
good friends. 
GREEN, BETH 

Activities: Flag squad 3. co-captain 
4, Drama club 1.2.3,4: yearbook 
2. 3, 4: French club 2. 3. 4; SA DD 2. 3, 4: 
AFS 2.3.4. citizenship committee 4. 
prom decorating 3: BJV basketball 
mgr 2. Thanks To: Jean and Ruth for 
not killing me every time you wanted 
to. To Paula and flags - you guys are 
great: good luck next year. Andy, Bill. 
Erika and Lori who left B.H.S. in one 
piece. Sandra, "this yearbook is in 
debt!" Lyz - luv ya - "Let's go to the 
mall. " Angela - I will visit you if you 
stay in the country. To every one of 
my friends, family, and people I have 
worshipped from afar - thanx. Future 
Goals: Become a U.S. Senator, the 
first woman something, and to finally 
find enough hours in the day. 
HANNON, ROXANNE 
6 Garrison Drive 

Activities: Flag squad 2, 3. 4, Captain 
4: Double sextet 1,2,3.4: /Madrigal 
2,3,4: Choir 1,2: Musicals 1,2,3.4: 
Homeroom Rep. 1.2.3: Hall decorat- 
ing 1,2.3.4: Powder puff 3.4: Prom 
decorating 3: Spirit week 1,2,3,4. 
Thanks To: Dad, Mom. Robyn, Rob- 
bie, Dave, Theresa, Sheryl, Natalie, 
Foxy, Tina, Carol, Tanya, Michelle. 
Kristen, Krysha. Jean, Angela. Nancy. 
Anne- my shoulder buddy. Amy. Ka- 
ren. Laura. Gretchen. Michelle. Win- 
ifer. Lia. Tracey. Sue. Ann. Heather. 
Katie. Dwayne. Doug, Tom, Jim. 
Mark. Taavo. Will. Jay son. Thanks for 
being there when I needed you most. 
You all made my senior year the 
"best" Good luck P.G. and the flag 
squad next year! Go for the gold! Fu- 
ture Goals: To stay close to my 
friends who have helped me through 
hard times, go to college, succeed in 
my career, marry the one I love, and 
have the happiest life imaginable. 
HANSON, TRAVIS 
3 Rodney Road 

Activities: Soccer 1.2 Varsity 4: Ba- 
ketball 1.2 critic 3,4: Baseball 1.2 Var- 
isty 4: Math team 2. 3. 4; Science team 
2.3.4: Spanish club 2.3,4: SADD 3.4: 
Hall decorating 1.2.3,4: Telemedia 
2.4: NHS 4: Spanish NHS 3,4: Chem- 
istry honor society 3.4: Boys State 3: 
Student court 2.4: Key club 3: Lazer 
tag 4: Forum assistant editor 4. 
Thanks To Chris (for the day of infa- 
my, wrestling at the Kennedy Center, 
etc) Luke (for all the Relic. Ducky. 
Rojo. Me vita. Dos. and Hey-zeus 
jokes) McGov, Sully. Will. Dana (for 
sharing Ms. Byron's class with me), 
Alissa (for being a Republican and for 
hating the same teachers that I do), 
Lauren, Camilla, Chrissy. Taavo. Jon. 
and Don. Special thanks to Mom. 
Dad. Darrell. Mr. Maxwell, and the 
Zellners. Future Goals: To form a 
professional Lazer Tag league with 
Luke, to sing "Under the Boardwalk" 
with the Dhfters. to see somebody ride 
shotgun besides Taavo. and to own 
the New York Mets. 
HARRINGTON, RUSSELL 
152 Springs Rd 



HARRIS, ZENOBIA 

2 Atherstone Street. Dorchester 
Activities: Drill team: Choir Thanks 
To: Danny Callahan, Paul Goodale. 
Amy O'Neill. Tom Porter. Sabrina 
Harris, all my friends and teachers, my 
parents and God for helping me 
through these years. Future Goals: 
My future goal is to become a suc- 
cessful singer and go into other fields 
as well in the entertainment field in- 
cluding management and directing. 
HART, MISSY 
43B Scott Circle 

Thanks To: Kathy. even though you 
are not here you are in my memories. 
Also thanks to Robyn for all the great 
times you gave me. Thanks to Mel. 
Suzy for the wonderful times. Also 
thanks to Michelle. Julie. Jen. Carolyn 
"convey". A big thanks to my parents 
for putting up with me for so many 
years. Future Goals: To party for a 
year after graduation, go to Australia 
for vacation. Then go to college to be 
a sea lion and dolphin trainer. 
HARTWELL, LISA 
1 1A Highland Ave 

Activities: Citizenship committee 4: 
sudent advisory council 4: yearbook 
seniors editor 4: SADD 2.3.4: French 
club 2. 3: Powder puff 3: Hall decorat- 
ing 1.2,3,4: Prom decorating 3. 
Thanks To: Amy for always being 
there for me - love ya: Linda - my 
chem and bif buddy: Lynne - for the 
laughs: Lisa - for being half of LisaLisa 
and putting up with me every class: 



Karl, Dave, Adam, Jill, Jamie, Camilla, 
Caycee, Jon, Eric, Chrissy, Alissa, 
Lyz, the gang at Sea in the Rough for 
the laughs and the good times: espe- 
cially thanks to Eileen. Bobby. Mom. 
and Dad for all their love and support. 

1 love you guys! Future Goals: To 
finally watch Evil Dead 2: Become 
very wealthy, buy a house on the 
beach, and become a better 
windsurfer 

HAWLEY, CATHERINE 

2 Hill Rd 

Activities: Varsity field hockey 
1,2,3.4: Ski Team 2: Tennis 1.2: Track 
3: Basketball 1: Lacrosse 4: Hall dec- 
orating 1.2.3.4: Prom decorating 3: 
French club 2.3: SADD 2.3.4: Powder 
Puff 3,4. Thanks To: Mom. Dad. and 
Chris:love you. Pia. Schmel. Booga. 
Sherry. Pam. Annabanana, Lisa, 
Lauren, Heather, Amy S., Marianne, 
Tracey, Leah, Karen. Heather C. Ja- 
mie. Russ. Jeff Ben. Tommy. Robby. 
Michelle. Andrea A.. Dave C. Su- 
zanne. Ambriel. Mrs. P., Mr T. Mr 
M., Ms. G.. Outward Bound, Mr. Dug- 
gan, and Mr. Petrillo, and especially 
that cute field hockey team: Lia, did 
that car just hit me? Uh! I think so. 
Future Goals: To become a lawyer, 
tiien eventually a judge in the Su- 
preme Court and to go to my first day 
as judge naked under my robe! 
HOLLIS, DAVID 
22 Alaska Avenue 

Activities: Baseball 1. Varsity 2,3,4: 
Soccer 1.2. Varsity 3.4: Basketball 



1.2.3. Varsity 4: N.H.S. 3.4. Thanks 
To: / haven 7 gotten anywhere yet so it 
seems stupid to thank people. But suf- 
fice it to say. if I met you and you 
weren't full of it. thank you. Future 
Goals: / want to be a major league 
baseball player I want to destroy tele- 
vangelism. I want to learn how to play 
electric guitar so I jam with Metallica. I 
want the world and I want it now! 
HOLMSTEAD, KAREN 
4 Warren Ave 

Activities: Ski team 1.2.3.4: swim 
team 1.2: tennis team 1.3.4: flag 
squad 2.3.4: powder puff 3,4: choir 
1.2.3.4: musical 1.2.3.4: drama 3.4: 
AFS 3.4: French club 1. secretary 3: 
hall decorating 1.2.3.4: Henry 1.2.3.4. 
Thanks To: Leah. Heather. Chrissy, 
Laura (Flag Twin) ans Suzanne - you 
guys are the best! To al the good 
times we've had! Montreal and Florida 
- golf carts, beaches, monorails and 
chowder Youth Ministry - "We're all 
mistaken" Social Group and Flags. 
Also, thanks to Sue (since '72), Anne. 
Angela (Yobaby), Krysha, Roxanne, 
Caycee, Doug, Rob, Anthony, Aaron, 
Jayson, Mr. Hunt and my family. Til 
miss you all! Future Goals: To go to 
college, travel the world, ski in Colora- 
do, and have an eternal tan. 
HOVDE, KRISTIN 
3 Freedom Circle 

Activities: Choir 7; athletic training 3, 
manager 3, 4: Spanish club 2. 3, 4: AFS 
4: SADD 3, 4: yearbook 3: powder puff 
3.4: hall decorating 4. Thanks To: 



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Mom, Dad, Kathy, Greg for being the 
best family, and to all of my friends: 
Michielie. Roxanne for those funny, 
great times. Also to Vicki, sara, Jean, 
Leslie. Sara Puff, Tanya. Doug. l\/lary. 
Davis. Chris (little bro). Melissa and 
anyone else. Lastly to Eva for being a 
great sister for a year. Future Goals: 
To go to college, marry a man with 
blond hair, travel all over Europe, own 
a house in the South, become very 
rich, stay in touch with my friends and 
I hope Michelle gets her white BMW. 
HUFFMAN, SCOTT 
5 ; Dunster Rd 
ISABELLE, NICOLE 

160 Springs Rd 
JACQUES, NATALIE 

135 Patterson Rd 

Activities: Dance Team; 1,2,3: Indus- 
trial Arts Club: 1: Future Business 
Leaders of America Club:2: SADD:4: 
Spanish Club:4: Hall Decorating:4: 
Prom Decorating;3. Thanks To: Kry- 
sha - Newport, Burger King. "What's 
your name?" "I mean your FIRST 
name?" glasses. Pictionary, The Yup- 
pie, ChiChi's: Gene-Chi Chi's. I wore 
the boots all right. Thanks ya 'II for be- 
ing great pals! Chad- Chill Butch! Bri- 
an - Hey! Patty - Pweeze. Michelle - 
want a cookie? Brian-your great and 
hey - where are the shorts? Ben - 
Prom was great - really! Rob - thank 
you for being so wonderful and caring 
- luv ya! Future Goals: / hope to be a 
very successful accountant, have a 
gorgeous husband, two beautiful chil- 
dren, a Mercedes, a house in the 
country (Texas preferably) and to just 
be happy. 
JONES, ALLEN 
18 Reeves Rd 

Activities: Soccer 1,2,3. Varsity 4; 
Varsity Ski Team 3, 4: Lacrosse 1, Var- 
sity 3.4: NHS 3.4: Math league 2,3.4: 
French Club 2. 4: SADD 4: AFS 4; Hall 
Decorating 4. Thanks To: All my 
friends at BHS. epecially Adam, Ken. 
Erik, Pat. Jay son. Dana, Robin. Also 
to the soccer, ski. and lacrosse teams, 
the Scorpions, and Mom and Dad. 
Future Goals: To graduate college 
and become successful at whatever I 
do. Also to ski the Alps, go biking 
more often and maybe see EVIL 
DEAD II a few more times with Adam 
and Ken. 
JONES, TINA 

65 Whiting St. Boston. Ma 02119 
Activities: French Club 3.4: SADD 4: 
Boredom 1,2,3.4. Thanks To: All the 

little people who were with me through 
these four years at BHS (you know 
who you are). Special thanx to Nicole 
King (stay in touch Mrs. Pee Wee) Hey 
Hope! What do you think you're dope 
on a rope? -Nope!! To Marcus. Len- 
nox, Brian - take it easy. To Sara Puff- 
er - vice. YO Bubba: Peace my black 
brother! To my mother: Thanks for ev- 
erything Mom. I love you. To my 
grandmother - I love you yoo, Nana. 
To my boyfriend, Eric: thanks for the 
best two years anyone could ask for I 
love you great. Future Goals: To 
have a Guchi wardrobe, drive a Mer- 
cedes Benz. chew gum and drive at 



the same time. 
KANE, BRIAN 

198 Carlisle Rd 

Activities: prom decorating 3: hall 
decorating 4: rifle team 2.3: ski team 
4. Thanks To: Ryan and Bill for help- 
ing me out with my car. Will and Sta- 
cey for being really good friends over 
the years. Thanks to my family and 
friends who were there when I needed 
them. Future Goals: To go to colege, 
earn a decent living, and maybe 
someday win the megabucks so I 
don't have to get up at 6.00 every 
morning! 

KELLEHER, DAVID 

22 Pine St 

Activities: French club 2,4: tennis 
3,4: telemedia 1,2,3,4: Starting Point 
producer 4: debate 1,2,3,4: science 
league 1,2,3,4: math league 2,3.4. 
Thanks To: Mom. Dad, Lisa and all 
my friends and teachers who gave me 
encouragement and support through 
high school. Future Goals: Go to col- 
lege, become an engineer, and return 
to visit Vinnie in France someday. 
KELLIHER, PATRICK 
1 Benjamin Kidder Lane 
Activities: Ski team 2,3,4: wind en- 
semble 1,2.3,4: jazz ensemble 
1,2,3,4: pit orchestra 3,4: math league 
2,3,4: science league 3.4: NHS 3.4. 
Thanks To: Everyone and anyone 
who helpd me through the hard times 
and made the easy times more enjoy- 
able. Especially: Brian. Tanya. Rich, 
Nadav. Kevin. Juan, Mike znd Mikw 
who got me through Friday after- 
noons. Adam, Ken, Allen. Eric. Jeff 
and Andy for never knowing what to 
do, Larry, Pat, Richard, and Ben for 
trying to show me the light of knowl- 
edge. My family for always being 
there. Future Goals: Go to college: 
get married: get rich: buy a '67 Vette 
and be happy. 
KENNEY, MICHELLE 
49C Scott Circle 

Activities: YFU exchange student - 
summer of 1988: flag squad 4: hall 
decorating 1,2.3.4: SADD 4: tourna- 
ment of plays 1,2,3.4: prom decorat- 
ing 3: powder puff 4: yearbook 3: 
French club 1. Thanks To: My family - 
you're the best! Anne. Leanne. Amy. 
and Tracey - thanx for always being 
there. Tammy. Kristel. Debbie. (Ange- 
)La, Karen. Kristen, Karrie, Liz. Han- 
non, Kristine, Berko, Concannon. 
Dawn. Pat, Terese. Holly, Chrissy, Ne- 
valainens. Pia, Mina, and Flags - 1 love 
you all! Future Goals: I plan to major 
in accounting in college and get a de- 
gree which will give me a good job so I 
can eventually design my dream 
house on a warm tropical island and 
have enough money left over to take 
lots of trips back to Finland! 
KIRKLAND, TANYA 
28 Brooksbie Rd 

Activities: Concert Band 1.2.3: wind 
ensemble 4; marching band 2.3,4: 
Spanish club 2. 3, 4: homeroom rep 2: 
prom decorating 3: hall decorating 
2.4. Thanks To: My family and 
friends: Michelle, you've been a great 
friend since 8th grade. Remember 



Jack and Julian and science class? 
Thanks for being there thru all my stu- 
pid problems. Roxanne, I'm glad I've 
been friends with you for a long time. 
You're fun to be with, even if some- 
times you weren't allowed out. And 
especially to Brian - you're the best 
and last boyfriend I'll ever have and I 
hope you feel the same way about me. 
I love you! Future Goals: To get an 
enjoyable job. be rich, have the best 
husband possible and to live happily 
ever after. 
KNAPP, SONIA 
/ Patterson Rd 

Thanks To: My family: myself: every- 
one in England who helped me 
through the year: everyone here who 
helped me through the year. Future 
Goals: Be a hairdresser and own a 
pub in London: own a red Porsche: 
have a black panther as a pet: marry a 
millionaire who is about to die and 
make sure that he leaves ALL the 
money to me. 
LARSEN, DANA 
24 Reeves Rd 

Activities: Varsity soccer 1,2,3, co- 
captain 4: varsity ski team 1,2, cap- 
tain 3,4: tennis 1, varsity 2.3,4: NHS 
3,4: SADD 1.2,3. co-chairperson 4: 
AFS 1,2,3.4: math league 2.3.4: sci- 
ence league 2.3.4: French Club trea- 
surer 2, vice-president 3,4: Girls' State 
3; Greater Boston Student Advisory 
Council 3,4: hall decorating 1.2.3,4: 
prom committee 3, 4: powder puff 3. 4: 
telemedia 4: concert band 1: class 
secretary 2: stage crew 3. 4. Thanks 
To: Kimmy. Cam. Lorraine. Chrissy. 
Lukie, Trav. Jamie. Taavo. Jon and 
Don and especially Alissa for being 
there for the past 1 1 years: the Social 
Group and "The Slicks. " My Wonder- 
ful, the Milkmen, Pammy and the 
1987 and 1988 soccer teams, Ed and 
the ski team crew, the Harvard Party 
Gang and the entire class of 1989. 
Special thanks to Eric, Mom. and Dad. 
Future Goals: To go to medical 
school and become a sports medicine 
specialist. Become the ultimate yup- 
pie and make my millions by age 35. 
Then retire and use my money to trav- 
el around the world and to support my 
skiing, windsurfing and waterskiing 
addictions. 

LAVELANET, ALAN 

247 Concord Rd 

Activities: Football 1,2.3, varsity 4: 
swimming 1.2.3. captain 4: lacrosse 2. 
varsity 3.4: yearbook 4: SADD 3.4: 
ROTC 1,2, staff 3. officer 4: citizen- 
ship committee 4. Thanks To: Sam, 
Andy, Craig, all my coaches, Mrs Don- 
ovan for giving me my only detention! 
My family and especially Jackie. Fu- 
ture Goals: To Grow up, get married, 
have intellectually superior children 
and name them Gunther, Chemp, and 
Sam. 

LEHMANN, CHAD 

247 Concord Rd 
LENZ, BRIAN 

107 Offutt Rd 

Activities: Wrestling 1,2. varsity 3: 
track 2: lacrosse 3. varsity 4: ski team 
4: NHS 34: French Club 1,2.3, trea- 



surer 2: English team 3: Forum 4: hall 
decorating 4. Thanks To: Everyone 
for not making me feel like an outsid- 
er. Mr. Stephenson, stay casual. 
Thanks to everyone back in Va, we 
had some good times, didn't we? 
Thanks to Mike Dukakis for losing the 
presidency for me I appreciate it. 
Thanks Mom. Dad. and Cynthia. And 
Mike, learn how to play tennis. I hated 
having to beat you all the time. Future 
Goals: To make lots of cash by an 
early age, retire, and play the rest of 
my life. Also, I'd like to see Dave H oil is 
admit to himself he is not God. To see 
all top 40 female singers rounded up 
and shot at dawn. 
LEWIS, JAMIE 
12 School Ave 

Activities: Soccer 1,2. varsity 3, cap- 
tain 4: basketball 1.2, varsity 3.4: var- 
sity tennis 2.3,4: baseball 1: SADD: 
homeroom rep: intramurals: stage 
crew: Latin club: lazer tag. Thanks 
To: The boys of the 1988 varsity soc- 
cer team, who were the best team- 
mates a guy could ask for. Also to all 
the great friends of mine who gave me 
their support while I was in the hospi- 
tal, especially Lisa G. To the Gang: 
Taavo, Dana L., Luke M., Jon R., 
Alissa. Lauren, Dan, and Camilla who 
meant more to me than she'll ever 
know. Also. Will M., Tom S., Jim M., 
Tom L., Liam, Pam M., Heatherly, 
Ryan C, Paul C, Andy G. Ann B., 
Gretch. Tracey. Holly, Amy S., Jill O. 
for being such good friends. Finally to 
Mr. Maxwell and my family. Future 
Goals: To own a Porsche. 
LIPCZER, KAREN 
63 Elm St 

Activities: Concert band 1,2: prom 
decorating: hall decorating 1,2.3,4; 
Softball 1.2. varsity 3.4. Thanks To: 
Mom and Dad, Michelle (Mel), Mi- 
chelle (Shelly), Amy, Michelle Kenney 
for being such a good friend through- 
out my senior year. All my friends from 
bowling: Don. Ted. Jim. Jay, Mike D., 
Mike R.. and Bill. Future Goals: To be 
successful in whatever I do. To travel 
all around the world. My biggest 
dream of all is to own a Mustang car 
for each year made so I can drive a 
different one each year. 
LOONEY, PAM 
27 Old Billerica Rd 
LOVECCHIO, JOE 
17 Old Stagecoach Rd 
Activities: Football 2, varsity 3,4: 
basketball 1.4: AFROTC 1.2.3: prom 
decorating 3: brickomania 2,3,4; 
SADD 4. Thanks To: Thanks to the 
teachers who put up with me. Also my 
mother, who never embarassed me, 
even while working in the school: to 
the football coaches and my team- 
mates: to all my friends. Future 
Goals: To get a masters degree, and 
rule the business world: or get a law 
degree and become a politician: to 
drive to the class reunion in a fire-red 
Porsche. To live long, and prosper 
J.M.L. 

LUKA, MICHAEL 

21 Adams Rd 

Thanks To: Mom and Dad, your first 



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try made it: Gramma and Grampa for 
keeping my stomach from being 
home-sicl<: to Jasper for l<eeping me 
informed about your life and Moan- 
alva, write fast: tfie Fujimotos. you'd 
be my second ctioice: all my Haole 
friends in l^ass. I will cherist) tfie mem- 
ories, tia!: everyone else who kept me 
company, you're invited to my house 
in Hawaii. Future Goals: To drive my 
Countach circle island - everyday: be- 
come a graduated rainbow: use all of 
the skills that the teachers said I would 
from high school in life: and most of all 
" don't fret, be benevolent. " 
LYDON, JENNIFER 
6A Bedford Village 
Thanks To: Amy, Dawn. Scott: 
friends forever. Scott, you mean a lot 
to me, luv you 4-eva! Lynn: always. 
Freshman year - Tech! mint times! 
Way land, 2 yrs., - thanx Learned a 
lot. met many. Wendy. Rene, and all 
my old friends who kept in touch and 
cared, thanks. Never forgotten. 
Shawn, I love you. Fulfill all of your 
ambitions 4 the G. and B. times. Mom. 
for all the love, help, and support 
you've given me: my brothers for 
standing by me. To my brither John - 
hang in there and forever hold on to 
your dreams. Future Goals: Strive for 
my success. 

MALONEY, SHELDOrur^-',- : 

27 Edwards Dr - " 

MANNING, TRACEY V 

7 Richard Rd " 
Activities: Cheerleadirig 1,2,3, cap- 
tain 4: Class Treasurer 1,2,3: hall dec- 
orating 1,2.3,4: prom decorating 3: 
powder puff 4: SADD 1.2.3.4: French 
Club 2,3,4: musical 1,2,3.4. Thanks 
To: Lisa for always being there, Alison 
for being the coolest. Gretchen for us- 
ing more hairspray than me, Lia, Ann, 
Christine, Steph, Alicia, Cheri, the rest 
of "the crew", Paul, ripped jeans, 
Ryan. Tommy, Jimmy. Jamie, Taavo, 
the rest of the laser taggers, and ev- 
eryone else I forgot. Special thanks to 
Mom, Dad. and my family. I LOVE 
YOU ALL!!! Future Goals: To go to 
colege, get married, and have plenty 
of kids. Then to become a Driving In- 
structor and if I can 't. then at least be 
able to make it over the Ditch! 
MARINO, MICHELLE 
4 Revolutionary Ridge Rd 
' Activities: Field hockey 1. varsity 
2.3.4: basketball 1: athletic training 
1.2: Spanish Club 2.3,4: SADD 4; 
prom decorating 3: hall decorating 4. 
Thanks To: Jean, Michelle, Nicole, 
Adran, Becky, sara, Enis, Courtney, 
Taavo, Juan. Robin, Meg. David. 
Chris, sara P.. the '88 Field Hockey 
team, Fred Milberry. Mood, Buick and 
Maxima, Kermit and Ralph - even 
though you're both dead, Kristin - for 
a fun summer. Eva - for all her "ad- 
vice". Doug - for always cutting me 
down, Roxanne - for making me para- 
noid, Tanya - for being a good friend, 
and Laurine - for being my siste. Fu- 
ture Goals: To own a white BMW, 
have blonde children, and never to 
have anyone make fun of the way I 
walk (tonic). 




MARTELL, LAURA 

7 Beverly Rd 

Activities: Yearbook 1,3. co-editor 4: 
AFS 1.2. co-president 11. president 
12: flag squad 2.3,4: gymnastics 1: 
spring musical (costumes) 1, 2. 3, 4: te- 
lemedia 1.2,3: French Club 2.3.4: 
sleep 1.2. lack of 3.4: citizenship com- 
mittee 3.4: Girls' State Representative 
3: legislative committee 4: BHS variety 
show 3: hall decorating 1.2.3.4: prom 
decorating 3: student advisory to the 
school committee 4. Thanks To: All 
those who have helped me through 
high school, especially mum, daddy 
and Christine. Also Natalie. Suzanne. 
Leah. Heather (Sara. Robin. Mikey.) 
The Flag Squad especially Ren (Flag 
Twin) we've made it. the Slicks, youth 
ministry, and the entire yearbook 
staff To the croo of '88 - thanx for an 
awesome summer. Lyz. never con- 
form. Chnssy I'll never forget the times 
we've shared: and Debs - for every- 
thing we've done thanks. I could never 
have survived without everyone's 
help. To the class of '89 Good Luck. 
Future Goals: To be happy, never be 
bored, make others smile, succeed in 
whatever I choose to do and always, 
always make my own opportunities. 
MARTIN, WILLIAM 
1 1 Self ridge Rd 

Activities: Lacrosse 1.2, varsity 3,4: 
athletic trainer 3: winter track 4: intra- 
mural lacrosse 1,2,3,4: intramural 
soccer 2: intramural muck-wak 2,4: la- 
ser tag 4: hall decorating 1,2,3.4: 



prom decorating 3: SADD 4. Thanks 
To: Mom, Dad. Linda, Barney, Char- 
lie, Jimmy, Speedy. Stacy, Ken. Anne 

- Bottlecap, Love you always, thanks 
for being there! Taavo - Harvard, arryl 

- Midnight Run, Tommy - SADD 
dance, Jim - Who's right? Paul - par- 
gek, Ryan, Smitty, Z-Bird-Midterms, 
Brian - old lady, Mike G., Heatherly, 
Amy, Robin, Pam. Laurie, Luke, Ja- 
mie, Jon, Don. love you all. thanks for 
the memories. Future Goals: Go to 
college, be successful, like in my job: 
get married: hope to meet Roger Rab- 
bit in person: to own the Batmobile, 
and to never have a dull moment. 
MAYER, BRIAN 

5 Constitution Dr 

Activities: Wrestling 1. captain: soc- 
cer 2.4: marching band 1.2.3: ROTO 
1,2.3. commander 4. Thanks To: 

Tammy! Larry, Chad. Laurie, Ca- 
marie, Jon. Kara, Jason, Jessy, 
Heather s. Adam, Heather J.. Kitty, 
Mom and Dad, Chris and Kelly, Julie, 
dawn, Natalie. Sara, Jen, Linda, Kry- 
sha, Mr Corliss, Mr Keup. Future 
Goals: Air National Guard. 4 years 
college, eventually an officer in the Air 
Force 

MCALLISTER, BEN 

433 Concord Rd 

Activities: Snow boarding, water ski- 
ing, skateboarding, surfing, rock 
climbing, hiking, mountain and road 
biking. Thanks To: My parents. Pat 
and all my brothers. Russ Harrington, 
let's go see the Dead. Jeff Patterson, I 



owe you one. Tom Porter, once a Por- 
ter always a Porter Ed Franks, won't 
you be my neighbor? Phil Poor I'll 
miss you kid. Thanks to everyone else 
who helped and even those who 
didn't, and special thanks to all the 
Girls! Future Goals: To live in the 
mountains in the midwest: snowboard 
deep powder every day and own a ski 
resort. '<'-)'>.•''. 
MCARDLE, ROBIN ^ ^ ''.L 
291 Davis Rd W'i'i''^ 
Activities: Field hockey 1. Varsity 
2.3,4: Softball 1.2. varsity 3,4: ski 
team 1: choir 1,2,3,4: musical 1.2,3,4: 
class officer 1: French Club 2,3.4: 
SADD 4; powder puff 3,4: hall deco- 
rating 1,2,3,4: candy sales 1,2,4: 
prom committee 3.4: peer leadership 
4. Thanks To: The girls: Amy. Anne. 
Heatherly. Laurie and Pam - you're 
the best. I love you! Also. KatLynne, 
Camillia, Janet and Win! Hey field 
hockey team, you're mint! Mary Kate - 
love ya! You guys - Paul, Jim, Tom. 
Will. Brian. Ryan, and Taavo - awe- 
some: Adam. Scotty. Tom. Danny etc. 
. thanks. Also, to my buddies from 
'88, Tom, Peter and Bob. and a spe- 
cial thanks to Jayson. Most of all, 
thanks to Mom. dad. Tracy. Scott, 
and Kelly. Future Goals: To own a 
smartfood factory and make millions! 
Mostly, just to be happy and graduate 
from college. Oh ya. someday I spose 
I'll get married. 
MCGOVERN, JAMES 
20 Evans Ave 



SENIORS 53 




Activities: Football 1; basketball 1.2. 
varsity 3. 4: lacrosse 1, varsity 2.3.4; 
class secretary 3. vice-president 4; 
stage crew 3.4. hall decorating 2.3.4; 
prom decorating J Thanks To: All 
my friends who made my high school 
years the best. Good luck in all you do 
and always keep in touch. Tom. Will. 
Paul. Ryan. Smitty. Brian. Taavo. Dan. 
darryl, Luke. Travis. Doug, Jason, 
Chris, G ret Chen, Amy, Anne, Robin, 
Pam. Alissa, Heatherly. Laurie. Spe- 
cial thanks to Ms. Gullage and Mr 
Maxwell, and especially to Mom. Dad, 
Kerry, Kathi. Misty. Future Goals: To 
find out who invented liquid soap and 
why. 

MCINNIS, LUKE 

139 Old Billerica Rd 
Activities: Golf 1.2.3. captain 4; bas- 
ketball 1.2. critic 3.4; lacrosse 3.4; 
lazer tag founder 4; BHS today 2. pro- 
ducer 3; Forum 3. editor 4; NHS 3,4; 
Math league 2.3.4; Spanish Club 2, 
treasurer 3; musical 3,4; orchestra 
1.2,3,4; madrigal 4. Thanks To: Jon. 
Tav, Flamey. Alissa, Daner. Lauren. 
Camilla. Dave. Erin. McGov. Suit. 
Trav, Don, and Chrissy because she's 
boring. To Mr. Reynolds, Mr Spinosa. 
A special thanks to the fambly. Fu- 
ture Goals: To form a professional 
Lazer Tag league with Travis. To sing 
soprano next to Diana in the Su- 
premes. To out-dnve Jack Nicklaus. 
To drive through Steve 's Texaco in ten 
years and have McGovern fill my tank. 
To see Taavo' s son lose all his hair by 
age 25. To see Jon become fluent in 
English. To be able to water-ski better 
than Tom. To see Don stop talking so 
much. To see Jamie's picture on the 
back of a granola bar box. To score 
770 - SA T verbal. Finally, to bring a 
struggling corporation to the top via 
television advertising. 
MEFFAN, PATRICK 
22 Fayette Rd 
MERSINGER, DONALD 
538 Scott Circle 
MILLER, PAM 
17 Gray Terrace 

Activities: Prom co-chairman 3,4; 
soccer 1,2.3, captain 4; track 1,2,3. 
captain 4; track 1.2.3. captain 4; pow- 
der puff 3.4; hall decorating 1,2,3,4; 
ensembles 1,2; French Club 2.3; 
SADD 4. Thanks To: Mom. Dad. 
Chris, and Amy for always putting up 
with me! To all my friends for all the 
great times and memories; Paul. 
Chris. Brian. Jimmy. Tommy. Willy. 
Jay son, Peter, Dana, Heather, Camil- 
la, and Winifer; special thanks to Amy, 
Annie, Heatherly. and Robin, for all 
the fun times and many memories. I 
LOVE YOU GUYS! Biggest thanks of 
all to Laurie (BE-FRI) for all the happy 
and goony times and to Pat for every- 
thing. I love ya! you are the BESTS! 
Future Goals: To make it through 
college, someday be happily married, 
have twins, and drive a red Porsche, 
and always be HAPPY! 
MILLMAN, ALISSA 
24 Meadowbrook Rd 
Activities: Swim team 2. captain 3.4; 
soccer 1; track 1; SADD 1.2.3. co- 



chair 4; AFS 2.3.4; French Club secre- 
tary 2, president 3,4; NHS treasurer; 
class vice-president 1.2; telemedia 
2,3,4; Forum 3, co-edit ir 4; Greater 
Boston SAC 4; HOBY 2; hall decorat- 
ing 1,2,3,4; Bedford-Arras 3,4. 
Thanks To: The entire class of '89 for 
4 of the best years, especially great 
friends Chrissy, Laura. Kim. Liz. 
Bubba. Lisa, Robin. Will. Jimmy, Tom, 
Jon, Travis, Luke. Jamie. Taavo, Dan 
S. for love. Jizzy R. for laughs, every- 
one who made FRANCE awesome 
(Sophie). Pavao and Juanita. I 
wouldn't have survived without years 
of EG OF friendship, my family, Jill. 
Cheryl. Lauren, Camilla, and 1 1 years 
of Dana. I love and will miss you all. 
Future Goals: To have a meaningful 
career and create world peace in time 
to settle down with the kids, letting my 
devoted husband support us and buy 
us nice things. 
MOORE, ROBERT 
2C Langley Rd 
MOSCA, BONNIE 
32 Fayette Rd 

Activities: Hall decorating 2,3; prom 
decorating 3; A- wing 2,3.4; hockey 
spectator 1.2.3.4. Thanks To: A-wing 
crew; Heather. Annie, caycee. Sue. 
Pam. Chen (miss ya). Nancy. Kosta. 
Dan. David. Ed. Chris. Amy love ya 
and miss you. especialy Kristin S.. 
Laura C . Mom, Dad. and Bri. You're 
the best and I couldn't have made it 
without all of you. Also the People. 
Food and Us crew (Per £ 87-88.) Fu- 
ture Goals: To stop being "My 
Friend. " Be a Grand Prize winner of 
Remote Control, marry a gorgeous 
pro hockey player and live happily 
ever after in Florida. 
MOSCA, NANCY 
22 Evans Ave 

Thanks To: The memories we shered 
and made will always be treasured. 
Love ya! Angela. Cindy. Kristin, jen. 
Kristin, Bonnie. Remember the memo- 
ries will live on if you keep dreaming 
and forever hold on. Thanx to Mom 
and Dad for always being there and 
for dealing with mB through my good 
times and bad times Future Goals: 
To stay close to my friends after I 
move. Get my Business degree and 
marry a ver wealthy, blond, handsome 
man. 

MULDOON, FRANK 

17 Nellis Terrace 
MULDOON, PETER 

17 Nellis Terrace 
O'BRIEN, CRAIG 
3 Sheridan Rd 
Activities: Hockey 1.2.3.4. 
O'MALLEY, MIKE 

1 14 Offutt Rd 

Thanks To: Fred Meyer, Steve. Jy. 
Nat. Pat. Jim. Dil. Brett. Do. Chris, 
Jerry. Don. Margret-n-Tracy, Neil, 
Treb, Jeff Bill Matt Keith, Ed (God). 
Moses, the Editor. Elmo, John Bender 
and Brian Jihnson, Art. Bill. Mom. 
dad. and those long-memorable and 
probably illegal nights which I will nev- 
er forget. Future Goals: To see 
whether or not 4 years of high school 
has done me any good, and whether 



or not I can regain all of the I. O. points 
I've lost during those 4 years. 
O'NEILL, AMY 

53 Wayte Rd 

Activities: Basketball 1; ensembles. 
Thanks To: Kristi Travers. Linda 
Caissie. Tracey Hector, Andrea Ca- 
pezzuto, Jodie Russo, Cindy Rivinius, 
Beth Rivinius, Nobia Harris, Jackie 
Scott, paul Goodale, Aruna Goel. and 
anyone I missed. You people are the 
best friends anyone can have or ask 
for. And to my family, Mom, Dad, 
Tommy. Carol. Ron. and Kristen. 
thank you for your love and support. I 
love you all Future Goals: Go to col- 
lege and get married to a guy I am in 
love with; live a very happy life, have 
children and work with children. 
OLSEN, DIANE 
10 Foster Rd 

Activities: Majorettes 3,4; SADD 3.4; 
Spanish Club 3; powder puff 3. 4; con- 
cert band 1; hall decorating 2.3.4. 
Thanks To: Angie. for all the good 
times; Sue. Laurie, majorettes, and 
everyone who has been a freiend. 
Mom and Dad for your love and sup- 
port. To Callie. all the best! Thanks 
especially to Paul for all that you have 
given me. I love you! Future Goals: 
Earn my degree, live by a beach in the 
South, get a job I love, then get mar- 
ried and have children and no matter 
what happens, to always see the best 
in life. 

ORLANDO, DOUG 

21 Patterson Rd 

Activities: Football; powder put 
coach; indoor /outdoor track. Thanks 
To: All of my football coaches. Spe- 
cial thanks to: Sam Panzen, Brian 
Smith. Paul Cronin, Ed Franks, Joe 
Lovecchio, Dan Couto. Chris Zellner, 
Alan Lavalenet. Kosta Vasilakis, and 
all the rest of the '88 football team. 
And thanks to all my friends, especial- 
ly Doran Bowers, and to Mrs. Miele, 
my best teacher. Future Goals: To 
play for the Los Angeles Rams or Los 
Angeles Raiders; start the largest kids' 
toy store in the world; make lots of 
money and some day buy out Donald 
Trump and bankrupt him for life. 
PAGLIA, ANTHONY 
10 Norma Rd 

Activities: Telemedia 1,2.3. exec 
board 4; football 1; rifle team 1; swim 
team 2,3.4; Latin Club 4; athletic 
training 3; hall decorating 1.2,3. 
Thanks To: Rob for all the good and 
bad You helped out a lot. Sam, Craig. 
Andy. Bill. Brian. Rog, John. Leather. 
Dave. Al, Leah, Grub, Karen, Su- 
zanne. Chrissy. You were all an influ- 
ence to my life. Thanks. Future 
Goals: To smeday work for the FCC 
To be healthy and happy for a long 
time. 

PANZERI, SAMUEL 

40 Glenridge Dr 

Activities: Football 1,2. varsity 3. 
captain 4; basketball 1.2.3, varsity 4. 
Thanks To: Costa. Paul. Brian. Chris. 
Willy, Lenox. Mike, Craig. Bill, dan, 
Eddie, Sean, Alan. Anthony. Rich, 
Ryan, Doug, John, Tim, Tom, Bob, 
Jim, Jamie, Andy, Joe, everybody on 



the Football Team; the rest of the ' 
Class of '89, Coaches Sabourin, Pe- 
trillo, Campbell, and Pete; special i 
thanks to Mom. Dad. Bryan, and An- 
gie always. Future Goals: To have 
arms like Arnold, play pro football for : 
the Dallas Cowboys and make lots of 
$$$■ 1 
PARNELL. LEE ! 
9 1 Hancock St i 
Activities: Basketball 1,2,3, varsity 4; 
varsity track 1,2.3.4; golf 1.2. Thanks 
To: My mother and father for always 
being there, and being the grteatest • 
parents anyone could ask for. My \ 
brother Rich for being a good kid most I 
all of the time. Bill R. . Dave W. and Joe I 
L. for being the great friends they are. 
Roberta S., Andrea C. and Paula R. ' 
for being such sweet friends. To Don 
(Raul) for scoring off that great pass I 
gave him in the Wayland basketball 
game at the end of the fourth quarter 
to make the infamous "Jual" play. To 
Ambriel Rosenberg, the sweetest, \ 
best girlfriend in the world, I love you! 
Future Goals: To make too much 
money in Art. \ 
PARSONS, LEANNE 
314 South Rd 

Activities: Soccer 1; swimming 
1.2,3.4; ROTO color guard 3.4. ' 
Thanks To: My Mom. Dad. grandpar- 
ents, to my friends Michelle K., Kathy 
Mc, Patty C, Karen L. and thank-you | 
Cliff for putting up with me. Future j 
Goals: To go to college for T. V. • 
Broadcasting and follow in the foot- \ 
streps of Kate Sullivan and Diane Wil- 
lis of Channel 7. 
PATENAUDE, JOHN 
122 Independence Rd 
PATON, JAMES 
26 Foster Rd 
PEDERSEN, KEN 
18 Alaska Ave 

Activities: Swimming 1.2.3. captain 
4; spring track 3. 4; stick ball 3,4; stage J 
crew 3. 4; NHS 3. 4; math league 2. 3. 4; 
science league 2.3,4; hall decorating | 
3.4; prom decorating 3; AFS 4; SADD 
4. Thanks To: Adam, Chris Pat, Al- 
len. Erik. Sue. Heather. Mom. Dad, 
Alan. All you bums who think you 
know how to swim, and everyone else 
whose names I'm too lazy to write. 
Future Goals: To finally convince ev- 
eryone that cross-country running is 
incredibly masochistic (yes Adam you 
have to agree with me.) To own a ski 
resort that puts all other resorts to 
shame. 

PILGRIM, JULIE 

10 1C Scott Circle 

Activities: Yearbook 1,2; marching' 
band 1.2.3; pep club 1.2. Thanks To: 
Mother, father. Neil. Jane. Jimmy. Ani- ! 
que. Jen. dawn. Michelle H.. Michelle 
K, Tracey. Stephanie, Adam. Mark. 
Franklin, Bubba. Doug. Mike. Tommy, j 
Brian, and teachers, Tina, Diane, \ 
Jody. Chad. Heather. Mike. Jason. \ 
Carrie. Shan. Carolyn. Came. Missy, 
Pat. Mrs. Ralston, Ed, Lee. and Lisa. 
Future Goals: To become a highlyi 
educated accountant, and maybe 
some day own my own Blooming- 
dales, and be fairly wealthy. 



54 SENIORS 




PORTER, THOMAS 

156 South Rd 
POWELL, CLARENCE 

620 Norfolk St. Mattapan, Ma. 02126 
Activities: Chilling out, hanging with 
the fellows, chilling with the girlies, 
playing the drums and piano, playing 
ball (basketball.) Thanks To: /!/// 
mother who stuck by me all the way, 
my grandmother and late grandfather 
who constantly stayed on my back 
telling me that I could make it and that 
I am somebody: to my pastor Rev. 
Dwight Dove who has been a friend 
like none other, and to the "Dog Pos- 
se" - "Bubba", Franklin, Sheldon, 
Keith, fvtarcus, Lennox, Rob Mr. 
Groove. & Bryan "PEACE BOYS!" 
Chill Forever!! P S. To my sweetheart. 
Vicki - Love ya! Future Goals: Go to 
South Carolina State and study busi- 
ness. Get married, have two children 
and some grandchildren, have a big 
home and two cars, and most impor- 
tantly go to heaven. 
PUFFER, SARA 
235 Great Rd 

Activities: Field hockey 2, varsity 3,4: 
basketball 1,2,3,4: training 1: AFS 4; 
SADD 4: French Club 4. Thanks To: 
Mom, Dad. and my family: the field 
hockey and basketbal teams. Sharon 
and Apryl Twit, Ambriel, Caycee, Cin- 
dy, Michelle, Kristen, Angela, Lyz, 
Paula. Ed, and Pat: plus the rest of the 
senior class: and of course thanks to 
Leslie: and Tina for President! Future 
Goals: Go to college: graduate from 
college: be successful: get married: 
have two kids, one of each. 
PUTNEY, BILL 
273 Carlisle Rd 

Activities: Rifle 2,3: Backomania 
2,3,4. Thanks To: My parents, sister. 
Brian. Anthony, Rob, Craig. Andy, 
Mike, Sam, John. Thanks to Teej and 
Aaron for some cool summers, Jerry, 
Bob, Phil and Mickey for some rad 
tunes and thasnks to Roley Foley and 
company for letting me and Bri be 
part of the F-body crew. Morrison 
lives. Future Goals: To someday, be- 
fore I'm 30, become very rich and 
slightly famous. I also want to stay 
young and healthy forever so that I 
can enjoy my vast car collection. 
RAPOZA, PAULA 
5 Hunt Rd 
RENAULD, ED 
14C Scott Circle 

Thanks To: Mom. dad. Michelle. An- 
gela, Jimmy, Steve. Kaz. Brian, Jeff. 
Jim. Jenn. Sara. Leslie. Michelle, Kel- 
'y, Leanne. Marc. Jerry. 
^ICCI, ANNE 
54 Meadowbrook Rd 
Activities: Soccer 1; ski team 1,2, 
'arsity 3.4: tennis team 1.2, varsity 
14; powder puff 3.4: hall decorating 
1,2,3,4: class treasurer 4: choir, musi- 
cal 1,2.3,4: prom decorating 3: flag 
■quad 3.4 Thanks To: Amy Goob: 
■leatherly, "out of control, " Restless: 
aurie cho-my-god: Pam. Taavo. my 
ingel; Will, bottle cap: Friends Forev- 
" 1'^ / love you guys!: Thanks Flag 
•quad, Karen, Roxanne, shoulder 
'uddy: Social Group, "The slicks": 



Winifer, Susan, Leah, Lie-a-nay. 
Jaime, Jon, Luke, Tom. Jim, Paul. Bri- 
an, Chris: Tom B.. Pat. Heather B., 
Jen, Kathy, Wack, Peter, Buddy: 
Good times- Cape Cod '88, ski trip 
'88 and especially the Harvard crew. 
Thanks Mom. Dad. Di, Lin for the sup- 
port. Future Goals: To hold onto my 
dreams, get through college and live a 
happy life. 
RICKER, BILL 
19 Cutler Street 

Activities: Football 1. Thanks To: 

Mom, Dad, my sister Tina and the rest 
of my relatives, thanks for putting up 
with me! The weekend sportsmen - 
Sam, Craig, Dave. Lee. Joe. Pete. 
Rob. Jayson. Kosta. Anthony. Bill P.! 
Special thanks to the M.G duo and 
the rest of my friends. Future Goals: 
To settle down with someone I really 
like, to be happy and successful with 
the job I choose, and to stay in touch 
with my friends from high school. 
RIVET, JEFF 
49 Hillside Ave 

Activities: Detention 1,2,3,4. 
Thanks To: Mom, Dad, Stacie. Matt. 
Andy, Kristin. Bill, Pat, Daryl, Mel. 
Crispy, Jeff Kaz. Donna. Lon. James 
Heit field for having the metalitude. 
And to Jenni. thanx for everything. I 
love you! Bill look stinkers everywhere! 
Future Goals: To tour the world play- 
ing loud obnoxious music, sending 
crowds into a slam-dancing frenzy! 
RIVINIUS, CINDY 
14 Curve St 



ROSENBERG, AMBRIEL 

72 Dunster Rd 

Activities: Basketball 1, training 1. 
Thanks To: My Dad who taught me 
responsibility, my Mom who made me 
feel loved when no-one else could, my 
sister Shamain. my brothers Ari and 
especially Michael who taught me 
many new things and was always 
there for me. To Caycee who was a 
good friend and listener when I need- 
ed it and to Pat. Leslie, Paula, Sara. 
Rachel, and Kristen. Also to my very 
good friends Andrea. Roberta, and 
Larry. And of course the most to my 
boyfriend Lee Parnell. who made the 
pain of high school worth every min- 
ute! Future Goals: To succeed in life 
and be forever happy. 
RUSSO, JON 
28 Pine Street 

Activities: Baseball varsity 3. 4: bas- 
ketball 1. manager 2: golf 2. 3. varsity 
4: SADD 4: lazer Tag 4: hall decorat- 
ing 3,4; prom decorating 3: Spanish 
Club 1,2. Thanks To: Jamie, Luke, 
Taavo, Don, Alissa, Dana. Camilla, 
Lauren, Karen, Lisa and everybody 
else. Also to Mr. Dipietro. Mr. Barron 
and Mrs. Haggerty and to any teacher 
who gave me an A. Also to my Mom. 
Dad, sister, and grandmother. Future 
Goals: To sell my Pontiac Sunbird 
and buy a good, long-lasting, expen- 
sive car. To live in a hot climate down 
south in a big house with many pets. 
To go into the field of Architecture and 
make tons of money. 



SAEZ-MORENO, EVA 

3 Freedom Circle, Bedford 
Residencial "El Torreon". chalet no 4 
Las Rozas 28230. Madrid. Spam 
Activities: Soccer 4, tennis 1.2,3,4; 
swimming 3: gymnastics 3: president 
2; Lions Club: delegate of school 
feasts: newspaper 2; AFS 4; French 
Club 1.2,3.4; SADD 4: ski team 4: hall 
decorating 4. Thanks To: My two 
families, the one in Spain who is al- 
ways supporting me and the one here 
who has made possible this wonderful 
year. Also to all the teachers and last- 
ly to Mr. and Mrs. Spofford and all my 
friends. Future Goals: To go to a col- 
lege and study Economics or engi- 
neering. Travel around the world and 
own a boat and a house in Australia. I 
want to do something special but I 
have no idea of exactly what. 
SAISA, PETER 
5 Genetti St 
SAVAGE, KRISTIN 
14 Fayette Rd. 

Activities: Hall decorating 1.2,3.4; 
Prom decorating 3: Flags 2.3; A- wing 
2,3.4. Thanks To: Bonnie. Laura. 
Lisa. Nancy. Ed. Chris. Danny. Heath- 
er, Sue. Robbie, Brian. Jenn, Amy, 
Phil and special thanks to Kevin. Da- 
vid and Jim. and my family. Future 
Goals: To take a ride on my Dream 
Cruiser liner to Paris. And marry a gor- 
geous, rich guy. 
SEGAL, SUZANNE 
17 Fox Run Rd 

Activities: Prom decorating 3; hall 



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decorating 2,3: Spanish Club 4; choir 
1. Thanks To: Cindy, you're the 
BEST friend. 1 never want to lose you. 
Buz you're mint. Melanie. Missy, Brian 
Maczko. thanx for all the help. Steph- 
anie, Alex, Kosta, Leanne. Chris. Spe- 
cial thanx to l\/lommy. Daddy, and 
Frosty, I love you. Future Goals: To 
own my own candy store or factory. 
SEWALL, WINIFER 
/ Adams Rd. 

Activities: J.V. soccer 2: SADD 1,4: 
Spanish Club 4: Prom decorating 3: 
hall decorating 4. Thanks To: Anne. 
Amy, Heatherly. Laurie. Pam and 
Robin. You guys are great and I love 
you! Mom, Dad, Heather and Robyn - 
thanks for putting up with me and for 
always being suppoertive and loving! 
Most of all thanks to Matt, whom I love 
VERY much! Thank you for being my 
best friend and for loving me back. I 
love you with all my heart. Future 
Goals: To go to college and become a 
nursery school or first grade teacher. 
To marry Matt Smallwood. have beau- 
tiful children, be successful and live 
happily together forever!! 
SHAO, WEI TAI 
9 A Highland A ve 
SHEETS, STEPHANIE 
95c Scott Circle 

Activities: N.H.S. 1,2: volleybal 1: 
student council 1: prom decorating 3: 
varsity Softball 4. Thanks To: Eric, I 
love youHThanks so much for all your 
love and support. You 've made such a 
difference in my life! Patty, thanxs for 
all the memories and for always being 
there. I'm so glad you finally found 
someone the two of us can approve 
of! Sun thanks for all your help! Mom, 
Dad and Ricky I love you guys! Future 
Goals: To be the best at whatever I do 
and always be able to smile. 
SHUTE, TIM 
43A Scott Circle 

Activities: Detention 1,2,3,4: suspen- 
sion 2,3. Thanks To: Dave, Paul. Jeff 
P., Kristin S., Jane, Shelly, Mel, my 
family and everyone else. Cindy. I wish 
you all the best. Sput. don 7 get in too 
much trouble down South? Chris, Ski, 
and Tony, we're gonna fly high. To 
Kristin my love. Thank you for making 
my last year of school the best. I'll 
never forget you. Future Goals: Live 
life to the limit and move back to Colo- 
rado and ski the Rocky Mountains till I 
die. 

SMITH, BRIAN 

/ Ruben Duren Way 
Activities: Lacrosse 1,2, varsity 3,4: 
football 1,2,3, varsity 4, track varsity 
4: lazer tag varsity 4: SADD 4: prxm 
ecorating 3: hall decorating 1,2,3,4. 
Thanks To: Paul Cronin. Darryl Freni. 
Duran Bowers, Ryan Cardoos, Jim 
McGovern, Tom Sullivan, Chris 
Zellner, Will Martin, Taavo Godtf red- 
sen, Jon Russo, Mike Jarvis, Rich Fe- 
dele, Chris McCune, Lenox Chase, 
Marcus Kennedy, Sam Panzeri. Pam 
Miller, Laurie Tomcyzkowski, Dana 
Larsen, Christine Anderson, Michelle 
Boisvert, Courtney Eagles, Kristen 
brown, the Harvard Party Crew, my 
mid-term buddies, Post-Prom Activi- 



ties Committee, Lisa Getty, Lia 
Wheeler. Mom. Dad. Chris, and to ev- 
eryone who made my four years what 
they really were cracked up to be: a 
nightmare!! Future Goals: To attend 
college and graduate with something 
that will prove useful to me: like the 
knowledge to pay my bills correctly, 
speak clearly to peple with higher sal- 
aries than mine, and have the smarts 
to survive many of life 's tortures. 
SOLOMITA, LAUREN 
6 Harvard Dr. 

Activities: Field hockey 2. varsity 3,4: 
boys ' varsity basketball mgr 3. 4: pow- 
der puff 3,4: hall decorating 1,2,3,4: 
prom committee 3,4: French Club 
2,3,4: SADD 2,3.4: AFS 3.4: FORUM 
4: NHS 3, Vice-President 4: yearbook 
3, editor 4, spring musical 3,4: math 
league 4, EGOF 3: Bedford- Arras 3.4. 
Thanks To: MOM, DAD, ANNE and 
JIM - 1 LOVE YOU! Jo, Lace and Milla 
(Vanilla) for always being there: Lisa, 
Angela, and Tom £ for all these 
years: Liss, Dee, Jon, Jamie, Luke, 
Taav: '88 Field Hockey (LADIES- 
!): Travis, Karl, Brians, Paul, Tom, Jim, 
Johns, '89 yearbook staff: Denny's 
crew: Juanita, Popo Pavao. and the 
Bedford-Arras group: and the rest of 
the class of '89. Future Goals: To 
never be sad. never be poor, never be 
bored, never be cold, never be tired, 
and never be sick. Also to own a red. 
convertible '67 mustang 
SOMERSET, SARA 
22 Ledgewood Dr. 

Activities: Ensembles 1: hall decorat- 
ing 1.2,3,4: SADD 2,3,4: yearbook 3: 
powder puff 3.4: athletic training 3,4: 
hockey manager 3: Spanish Club 
2,3,4: Latin Club 4. Thanks To: Mom. 
Dad and Joe for helping me to get 
through school so far: all of my 
friends, I love you all! Thanx especially 
to Heather - for always being there, 
Kristin- for Junior year, Apryl and 
Sharon - Mexico wouldn't have been 
the same without you and now it will 
probably never be the same way 
again! Jean - the movies were great! 
The Italy gang (Sara, Leslie, Rachel, 
Kris.) Lauren and Krysha - homeroom 
wouldn't have been as much fun with- 
out you. Michelle, we made it through 
Spanish (we would have been a great 
team!) Good luck everyone! 
SPIEWAK, KRISTINE 
30 Washington Street 
Activities: Girls' swim team, varsity 
1,2,4, athletic trainer 2: basketball 
manager 1: powder puff 3, 4, hall dec- 
orating 2, 3, 4: flag squad 3, 4, SADD 4; 
drama club 4. Thanks To: Jeanie - 
best friends forever! Angela, Paula, 
Natalia - Newport! Roxie - neighbors! 
Gretch - hairspray? Lauren - locker 
buddy! Lia - would' y a move?! Flag 
squad. Kris. Kerry. Lisa. Michelle - you 
want a cookie? Laurie. Karen - yo 
baby! Heather - eh! Sara. Apryl. Shar- 
on, Am brief Lee. Cindy. Brian, Don, 
Mike and all others for making my life 
so happy. Most of all mom and dad, 
the best sister and brother, and my 
little "Rookie". Future Goals: Attend 
college and perhaps become a fam- 



ous interior or fashion designer: hope- 
fully have my own executive suite, 
complete with a huge, glass, window 
overlooking the city. A wonderful, 
handsome husband, a beautiful fam- 
ily, and a large checkbook wouldn't 
hurt! 

STAGEY, LISA 

16 Hill Terrace 

Activities: Yearbook 1,2: newspaper 
staff 1: cheerleading 1,2: hall decorat- 
ing committee 1,2: track team 2. 
Thanks To: All my friends at Wagner 
for making my first 2 1 /2 years at high 
school MOST memorable! To Michelle 
and Lisa for being great friends when I 
first got here. To Krysha, Jean, Julie, 
Karl, and Franklin for being great 
friends. Natalie - ride 'em cowgirl! Kim 
for being the greatest. We'll never for- 
get those days at Phase, eh? Gina, 
Chris, you're the best friends a girl 
could have! And Rey - I don't know 
what I would have done without you 
this year I love you babe! Together 
forever! Future Goals: Go on to col- 
lege, marry Rey and be RICH. 
STEIN, MICHAEL 
2 Sherwood Drive 
SULLIVAN, CHRISTINE 
5 Princess Pine Dr. 
Activities: Girls' varsity soccer 1.2,3: 
girls' varsity tennis 1,2,3, captain 4; 
PARTY!! 1,2,3,4. Thanks To: Mom 
and Dad - I love ya. Lower A-wing 
crew - "It's okay!"Gretchen. Tracey, 
Lisa, Lia, Angle, Diane, Sue, Ann, 
Heather and Caycee - you guys are 
mint. Wendy for all those sleepless 
nights. Special thanx to Chuck for 
making my junior prom a night to re- 
member and everyone else I've par- 
tied with in the last 4 years - it's been 
real!! Future Goals: To finally reach 
the town line and never look back. 
SULLIVAN, THOMAS 
/ 1 Evans Ave 

Activities: Basketball 2: ski team 3: 
varsity hockey 4; lacrosse 2, varsity 
3,4: auxiliary football quad-captain 
2,3,4: French Club 2,3,4: AFS 4: 
SADD 3.4: stage crew musical 3,4: 
student government president 3,4: 
drama club. Thanks To: My family,. 
Jim McGovern for rides to school 
since 7th grade, Dana Larsen, Paul, 
Ryan, Brian, Chris, Will, Travis, Darryl, 
Luke, Jamie, Taavo, Jay son. Doug. 
Adam, Andy, Alissa, Laurie. Pam. 
Lauren, Gretchen, Tracey, Camilla. 
Amy, Anne, Robin, Chrissy, the Junior 
Zoo crew of lower B wing and a spe- 
cial thanks to everyone who made me 
laugh and enjoy my high school career 
including BIG BAD BEN MAXWELL. 
Future Goals: To be self-employed 
and very successful without ever 
crashing another car. 
TOBEY, ADAM 
32 Hayden Lane 

Activities: Soccer /; varsity cross 
country 2, 3, captain 4: varsity indoor 
track 2. 3, manager 3, captain 4: varsi- 
ty spring track 1,2, 3, manager 3, cap- 
tain 4: stickball 2. batting champ 3.4: 
hall decorating 4; prom decorating 3: 
NHS 3, president 4; science team 4, 
stage crew 3,4: SADD 4. Thanks To: 



Ken, Allen, Pat, Chris, Allisa, Bob-Br 
an, Jim, Erik, Shaka. Ash for not bein 
your average horror movie star, sticf 
ball team, my family, and all the otht 
people who ever meant anything (yo 
know who you are J Future Goals: T 
memorize the entire script of EVI 
DEAD 2, to be more successful tha 
thought possible, to be Donal 
Trump, to get an answer out of Ke 
besides "I don't know," and to b 
recognized as the omnipotent being i 
this plane of reality. 
TOMCZYKOWSKI, LAURIE 
380 South Rd 

Activities: Class President 7; chee 
leading 1,2,3: track 1,2,3, captain ■ 
hall decorating 1.2,3,4: powder pu 
3,4: SADD 3,4: prom committee 3,- 
Thanks To: My parents, grandpa 
ents and "the nerds" for all their lov 
My friends for all the great times, e.' 
pecially Jean. Pig, Diane, Heathe, 
Winn, Heather D. for understandir\ 
and Ty. Also "the gang". Paul. Chri\ 
Brian. Jayson, Kosta, Taavo, Willil 
Luke, and mostly Jimmy. You gu;| 
are the best! And "the girls", Aime 
Annie-babie, Heaverly and Robin 
thanks for always being there, most \ 
all Pamela for being the BEST "S\ 
END" ever. Thanks for all our spec\ 
times. And Michael, thanks for ben* 
you. I love you all. Future Goals: L\ 
on to college, someday marry ai'\ 
have children and be happy. 
TRANT, DAVID | 

14 Set fridge Rd \ 
Activties: Soccer 1,2: Rifle 1: lacros\ 

1,2: many good times with all r 
friends: I promise these will be with r 
forever. Thanks To: My family: y. 
are the best! To Brian S. (steam, fi, 
sign, and go drivin, told ya!): Pat 
(heavy talk, of road, hi!) Good tun 
Mary - you are the greatest! And to 
my other friends whom I've shar 
good times with, good luck! I love y 
all! Keep in touch! See ya in Paradis 

1 promise to be there first. Futu 
Goals: To live a life od a fairyt, 
prince: to be a success in my o 
mind and by my own standards, to < 
married once to the princess of , ■ 
deams: to be a successful mon< 
maker: to own a cottage in Ireland a ' 
Australia, but mostly to be happy a ' 
healthy. 

TRAVERS, KRISTI 

3 1 Neillian St 

Thanks To: Amy. Linda. Davis, Ka 
Pammie. Robyn, Carol, and Mick 
Special thanks to Katy Cote: my p 
ents Margaret and Curt Travers, a ' 
Mrs DiClemente: I also thank An 
who helped through the year. Love 
Future Goals: To be happy in wt 
ever I do. I also want to help find ' 
the lost and stolen children. I hope ' 
stay with my boyfriend that I have ' 
now forever 
TUTTLE, GREG 
13 Garrison Dr 
VASILAKIS, KOSTA 

2 Old Stagecoach Rd 
Activities: Football 1.2.3, varsity < 
track 4: baseball 4 Thanks To: Br , 
Chris Z., Sam, Will, Ryan, Paul. E 



56 SENIORS 





Chris M., Sean, rich, Lenoxm Brian K., 
Bill. Timm, Ryan J.. Study, Pam, 
Anne, Lia, Bonnie. Laurie. Heather. 
Kathie. Angle, Heather U.. Suzy. prom 
'88 Smitty, watch out for the dog!! 
Special thanks to mom, dad, Elena, 
and my grandparents; also thanks to 
all the guys on the football team. Fu- 
ture Goals: Become rich, move to the 
Bahamas, stay single for life and drive 
a '69 black Mustang. 
VENUTI, JEAN 
29 Washington St 

Activities: Field hockey 1, varsity 
2,3,4; basketball mgr 1; athletic train- 
ing 2,3,4; hall decorating 1,2,4; Span- 
ish club 2,3,4; SADD 4. Thanks To: 

My family for being there when I need- 
ed you, Krysha, for being best friends 
FOREVER, Michelle, you poodle ..; 
Apryl - "Rose bud", Sharon - well 
dressed, Natalie - Chi Chi's, Laurie - 
need a ride ? L ia you're in my way. . Ka - 
tie Spacecity Sister and to Sara. Ka- 
ren, Paula, Heather, Don, Mike, Kel- 
ley, the Field Hockey team and to all 
my friends who have made school life 
worth living, smile!! Future Goals: Go 
to college, become successful, and 
marry someone who will keep me smil- 
ing. 

WALKER, JOHN 'A. g 

57 Notre Dame Rdv m 
Activities: Science League 3,4; math 
league 2,3,4; varsity swim team 2,3; 
debate 2,3,4; telemedia 3.4; French 
Club 2.34; NHS 3.4. Thanks To: All 
the important people - you know who 
you are. Future Goals: Oh, just the 
usual; wealth, status, happiness. To 
own an expensive car that goes very 
fast and gets terrible gas mileage. 
WEINFURT, DAVID 
5 Lynnfield St 
WESTCOTT, LARRY 
17 Constitution Dr 
WHEELER, LIA 
316 South Rd 

Activities: Chearleading 1,2,3, cap- 
tain 4; choir 1,2,3,4; double sextette 
4; powder puff 3, 4. Thanks To: Tra- 
cey for all the laughs; lower A wing; 
Heather, Boogar. Smitty, "Z", Taavo, 
Ryan, Mr Hunt, Mr Sab, Mr Spinosa - 
thanks so much; Mel, Caycee - love 
ya, Shmalison - you're very special, 
thanks for everything - love ya; Lisa - 
what will I do without you? I was just 
kidding! Ann - someone must have 
been thinking...; Sue - I'm always 
here! Greedy; Cheri - couldn't have 
done it without you - I love ya! Mrs. 
Monaco - second ma! Dave - I'll be 
proud when I can call you my stepfa- 
ther officially! Special thanks to Kim, 
Mom, Dad - I love you guys! Future 
Goals: To marry a man named Rich. 
WHITCOMB, NATALIE 
53 Offut Rd 

Activities: Gymnastics 1, intramural 
gymnastics 2, cross-country 2, JV 
track 2, 3, varsity 4, varsity cheerlead- 
ing 3,4; hall decorating 1,3,4; musical 
3,4; tournament of plays 4. Thanks 
To: My family for all of their support 
and love. Special thanks to Dan 
Couto, Lacey, Karrie, Jill, Jennee, 
Lynne, and all of the BHS cheerlead- 



ers. Future Goals: To graduate from 
college and marry a powerful Italian 
tycoon. 

WHITT, APRYL 

8A Bedford Village 
Activities: ROTC 1,2,3, officer 4; JV 
field hockey 1.2,3. varsity 4; Spanish 
club 4. Thanks To: My family, Angela 
G., Sara S.. Jean V. Sara P.. Michelle 
M.. Kristin H.. Cindy R. and the field 
hockey team. Future Goals: To travel 
the world, become a successful busi- 
nesswoman, live in a penthouse and 
srive an Alfa Romeo if I ever get my 
license. 

WHITT, SHARON 

8A Bedford Village 
Activities: Field Hockey 1,2.3,4 (var- 
sity); ROTC 1,2,3,4 (officer); Spanish 
Club 4; athletic trainer 4. Thanks To: 
My family and my fellow-classmates 
and teachers. Future Goals: To run a 
private child psychology office and to 
be successful in all future goals and 
ambitions. 

WILSON, HEATHERLY 

56 Notre Dame Rd 
Activities: Soccer 1,2, manager 3,4; 
SADD 3,4; prom decorating 3; hall 
decorating 1,2,3,4; powder puff 3,4; 
ensembles 1; choir 2,3,4; musical 
1,2,3,4. Thanks To: My family for all 
their understanding and love. "Social 
Group" all the laughs. Winn, Mari- 
anne, Rob, Adam, Dennis, Mike J. 
Mike G, Tom, Paul, Will, Tommy, Jim- 
my, Taavo, Jamie, Camilla. Dans, and 
the whole Harvard Party Crew. Small- 



wood, Danno, Baby Ry - History gang. 
Patty I love you. thanx for everything. 
Danny thanks for all the good memo- 
ries have a great sen ir year. Amy, An- 
nie, Laurie, Pammy, Rob don't know 
what I'd do without you guys and all 
the fun times!! Also Mike for an awe- 
some summer and all the help and 
special times. I love ya!! Future 
Goals: Get married, drive a green '66 
Mustang - always be happy. 
WOOLARD, LAURA 

2 Pope Terrace 
WRIGHT, SUZANNE 
399 Davis Rd 

Activities: Field Hockey 1, varsity 3, 
captain 4; HENRY 1,2,3,4; prom dec- 
orating 3. hall decorating 1,2,3,4; 
SADD 3.4; marching band 1.2.3,4; 
wind ensemble 1.2.3,4; orchestra 
1.2,3,4; pit 3,4; Latin club 4. Thanks 
To: Mom, Dad, Norm, and Matt, 
you're always there. Also to HENRY, 
you wild guy, Rob, Aaron. Anthony, 
Laura, my field hockey team, and to 
those who've made me laugh. Special 
thanks to Chrissy and Jay son. you're 
nuts and I love you both. Future 
Goals: To graduate from med school 
then settle down with Jayson in the 
White mountains. Also to own a jeep 
and ski till I'm 90. And to cure the 
world of cruelty to all life and everyday 
to make life a little better. 
ZELLNER, CHRIS 

3 Rodney Rd 

Activities: Baseball 1; basketball 1; 
track 4; lazer tag 4; lacross 2.3.4; 



football 1.2.3.4. Thanks To: Brian 
Smith, Will Martin and Ryan Cardoos 
for the mid-year study session (and 
Phil Blaisdell for the study aid.) Allso 
thanks to Paul Cronin, Tom Sulliva, 
Jon Hamby, Jim McGovern, Lt Col 
Campbell for the Touborge Express, 
Darryl Freni for the shirts. Rich Fedele, 
Chris McCune, Taavo for Harvard, 
Laurie Tomczykowski, Mike Jarvis, 
Franklin Cotton. Pam Miller. Doran 
Bowers. Dan Couto, Sam Panzeri. Fu- 
ture Goals: Play football for a team 
that passes the ball. 



SENIORS 57 



George Michael, 25, brought his Faith tour to four contkients, and his.album'to the:top-of tbe p6p; 
adult, and black charts, becoming one of this year's hottest stars. . ' '. • ... ■. : 




Above: The" Space program was relaunched this.' ■ 
year with the Discovery. Vne first trial since the .. } 
1986 Challenger tragedy. 

Below: At 41,' newly elected Vice-President d. ' 
Danforih) Quayle has been tiounded by.the press 

since his candidacy was announced. . . ' ■ . • ■ ■ ■ ' ^ ^ 

■ ■ , George Bush is elected President: here, the 64-year-old enjoys a weekend off jn Gulf Strearr 

■ Florida. . • ' ' . ' , '. ^ . ' , • 



58 CURRENT EVENTS 





•. Top Left: Heavyweight chiamp Mike 
. 7ySon, 22. and' actress Robfn ^iv^ns, 
; 24, were .mafried in Fehrvary. .and 

• fighting .by the faii, causing much media 

• gossip ■ . . ■ • - 

T-op "Right: Ronald. Reagan ends, his 

■ tWo-term presidency with a feeling o.f 
friendship betwe.en:th6_y ,$."ari£)- Soviet 
UnioR, here with Soviet Premier Mikfjail 
Gofbechev. . ' ' 

Middle- Left: Tl^e'.filrn The Last ' ' ■ : 
. Tempiatibn of :Christ caused rnuch - " 
. controversy, between'the church' and 

the film industry, , • .• ' "■ ' • 

■ fvttddle Right: .As -an election 'battle " - 
.began in the U.-S , so too did one. in - 

■. France.- Socialist- Francois Mitterrand 
. was the victor, there, .Cj.aintng his second 
- seven-year terrin as iPresictent 




Farewell to:. 

AndyGibb. 30, pop star 

John. Houseman. 86. actor, writer 

producer . 

■Biily. Carter^ 51; formet-President'' 
brother- 
Roy "Orbison, 52; rocK-n-roll star 



CURRENT EVENTS 59 



Calgary. Canada, and .Seoul.. Kofea; 
hosted the 1988 Ofympips. Hece, sky- 
divers form The Olympic synnb.ol. 



Phantom of the Opera. 

operts on Broadway,. earn- 
ing $28 mitliOn and sellirig 
out for ten months on open- 
ing day. ■ ' . ■ ' . ' 

Rrght: Two-time. Olympic 
chaimpion diver Greg Lou- 
ganis captured two .gold 
medals, though a collision 
with, the, diving board al- 
most endfed hrs career 
forever. 

A united world looked on as ■" ; 
Eskinx) hunters, oil compa~ ; 
nies, envirdnmenfabstS' So- ■ . 
vfet icebreakers, and the 
Alaska' National Guard 
struggled for three weeks to . '. 
free three icebound whales. 




Austratia's 200th birthday 
was celebrated by 200 tall 
ships from 40 countries. 



^^^^^ 




^i- lii^ 




the "World's Fastest Human". Ca J 
Ben Johnson, lost his world record, h 
meda), "and/his followmg when tests s * 
he had taken steroids 



60 CURRENT EVENTS 



"The author 
of the book 
entitled 
Satanic 
Verses 
[is] hereby 
sentenced 
to death." 



Top Left: Iran's Ayaia'- 
lah Khomeini caused an' 
uproar by sentencing 
auttipr ■Salmon Rushdie 
,to tdea$h for • t>ook 
."The Satanic Verses." 




Top Rtgh}; Gov.ernor 
'Michael S. Dukal<ts. 
tries to prove he- is all- 
Amehcan dur'ri^g his ; 
■campa'igr]- for the 
PfBSidencyoh the 
Defhocralic ticket. 




Left; A cathedral that stood 'or 
centuries was another victim of the 
Armenian. earthquake, reported to 
have killed tens of thousarids of 
people. ' 

Above: Bruce Springsteen and Sting 
on stage during their world-wide 
Human Bights Tour. - 



CURRENT EVENTS 61 



Albani, Scott 
Alexander, Michelle 
Alves, Mark 
Anderson, Scott 
Armstrong, Karne 
Ashe, Jen 
Axtell. Rich 



Baldwin, Mike 
Bass, Barbara 
Beaudoin, Gus 
Berkowitz, Lisa 
Berman, Eric 
Blackstock, Adam 
Boffa, Kathy 



Bowen, Ami 
Braffitt, Jen 
Brunelleschi, Gian 
Busch, Jim 
Campagna, Jeff 
Garr, Lilo 
Carroll, Danny 



Chapman, Wendy 
Chase, Lennox 
Chen, Ken 
Clark, Bnan 
Clark, Camarle 
Cooke, David 
Coriaty, Tammy 



Cronin, Christine 
Crump, Tara 
Davis, Michelle 
DeCaprio, Kristin 
Defrancesco, Cindy 
Depietro, Ann Marie 
Dougherty, Ken 



Durkin, Mike 
Eagles, Courtney 
Fedele, Rich 
Ferro, Melissa 
Ferro, Suzi 
Fink, Barbara 
Finkelstein, Aaron 



Frederick, Mark 
Galvan, Ernesto 
Garrison, Jason 

Garrison, R.J. 

Geilfuss, Brad 
Glennon, Sarah 
Glomski, Ian 



Goodwin, Lori 
Gordon, Mark 
Griffin, Sarah 
Grof, Kevin 
Hanley, Mary Kate 
Harley, Julie 
Hocker, Karen 




64 UNDERCLASSMEN 



Juniors 



V, 




■.liiiiH 





juniors celebrate 

FREEDOM 



This year, Juniors throughout 
the school will be celebrating. 
The eleventh grade is the time 
when most teenagers in Massa- 
chusetts turn sixteen and a half, 
the age required to get a driver's 
license. But for many kids who 
don't have the money to buy a 
car, or don't have parents who 
will buy one for them, getting a 
license doesn't bring the freedom 
they hoped it would. 

Freedom to a Junior means 
many different things. Besides 
driving, eleventh graders at BHS 
also are eligible for "unas- 
signed," a right coveted by 
Sophomores and Freshman who 
must suffer through study halls. 
But along with the conveniences 
come the responsibility. The elev- 
enth grade is the year of the 
dreaded tests and the selection 
of the perfect college. The third 
year at BHS is a time of transi- 
tions; the end of adolescence, 
and the beginning of adulthood. 
Most of all. Junior year is FREE- 
DOM! 



Jill Oblas shows spirit cheering on the 
Bug's football team. 



UNDERCLASSMEN 65 



A time to remember: Bedford soc- 
cer players Tom Lentine and Scott 
Albani celebrate after another 
hard-earned Bucs' victory. 



Holtzman, David 
Hubble, Dwight 
Hunt, Jim 
Hurley, Liam 
inferrera, Anthony 
lovino, Kim 
Isabelle, David 



Iverson, Kara 
Jarek. Katherine 
Jarvis, Mike 
Kasmar, Mike 
Kelly, Jim 
Kennedy. Josh 
Kidd, Melissa 



King, Nicole 
Kirton, Jessica 






66 UNDERCLASSMEN 



Carl Szczesniak poses in Latin 
Lori Goodwin relaxes after Majorette practice 
Rich Fedele. Nathalie Jacques, and Eric Ger- 
man hang out during Spirit Week. 




"Junior year means being over- 
worked and not paid." 

-Cindy Rellstab 



"Junior year is the epitomy of life." 

-Brian Seidman 



"Junior year is like being trapped in 
the school cafeteria and not having 
eaten in 20 days." 

-Lilo Carr 



Kleekamp, Liz 
Koenig. Cheryl 
Kupiec, Nadav 
Kwiatkowski. Michael 
Lentine, Tom 
Maclellan, Beth 
Maddox, Kristin 



Mason, Michelle 
McCulloch, Edward 
McCune, Chris 
McDonald, Chris 
McGillick, Kathy 
McMahan, Julie 
Messineo, Nicole 



Miller, Adam 
Molinar, Arthur 



UNDERCLASSMEN 67 



beating the system 

Cheating 

How many of you out there have 
cheated at on time or another? C'mon 
now, you know who you are. It may be 
hard to believe, but 80% of all stu- 
dents have cheated, or at least have 
attempted to cheat. Many of you are 
probably now asking why and how so 
many kids cheat. 

The reasons for cheating in school 
vary. Most simply do not bother to 
study, while others want to guarantee 
getting a good grade. And then there 
are always those people who do it for 
the thrill of outsmarting their teacher. 

There are numerous methods of 
cheating, some of which are more in- 
genious than others. Definitely the 
most popular and widely used method 
is the infamous "cheat sheet." Is any 
further explanation needed here? A 
variation of this method is the folder 



Chris Rhodes impersonates Mozart on Super- 
hero Day. 



Cheryl Koenig, Seema Tiku, 
and Linda Zimmer survey the 
work they have left to do on the 
Junior hall. 




with the answers carefully copied on 
the cover strategically placed under 
the desk. 

For the dedicated cheater, a few 
methods can be perfected with a little 
after-school work. One of these in- 
volves being able to face forward while 
still looking at a neighbor's paper. 
Group cheaters can get together to 
create different codes that come in 
handy during multiple choice tests. 
You'll know when this method is being 
used when you hear an unusually large 
amount of knocks, coughs, and sighs. 

The list of cheating techniques goes 
on and on. As students become more 
inventive, their methods of cheating 
become more complex. But despite 
this, there is only one totally fool-proof 
method of cheating: NOT DOING IT! 




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68 UNDERCLASSMEN 












Molinari, Lynne 




Monaco, Mark 




Novak, Bill 




O'Neil, Kayte 




Oblas, Jill 




Packer, Eric 




Panzeri, Brian 




Park, Dana 




Parsons, Amanda 




Patenaude, Allen 




PgasQ^ David 




Pecora, Lisa 




Petrecca, Steven 




Pietchel, Anny 




Poor, Philip 




Pugh, Kristen 




Putney, Catherine 




Raffa, Jennifer 




Randazzo, Robyn 




Rellstab, Cynthia 




Rhodes, Chris 




Ricci, Diana 




Richards, Neil 




Roberts, Alison 




Rosewall, Kathleen 




Sabetty, Sandra 




Sarno, Carolyn 




Seidman, Brian 




Serra, Michael 




Shapiro, Andrew/ 




Sharpe, Dwayne 




Shellhouse, Russell 




Smith, Tanya 




Sfefanidakis, Nicholas 




Stephens, James 




Stockdale, Holly 




Surprenant, Jason 




Swenson, Cara 




Szczesniak, Carl 




Taylor, Dennis 




Taylor, Pamela 




Tiku, Seema 




Tompkins, Scott 




Udell, Lauren 




Venuti, Scott 




Welch, Chris 




Wheaton, Bob 




Whiting, Dawn 




Williams, Donna 




Wilson, Kim 




Wilson, Sean 




Wingfield, Melissa 




Wolf, Becky 




Wood, Adrian 




Zimmer, Linda 




Zoroglu, Kaan 




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UNDERCLASSMEN 69 



Alexander, Bryan 
Alexander, Cornelius 
Alley. Caria 
Amaya, Luis 
Andrade, Amy 
Asbedian, Jamie 
Atkinson, Mary 



Bailey, Jamie 
Baker, Michelle 
Barfield, Melissa 
Barman. Josh 
Black. Louie 
Blalsdell, Phil 
Blanchard, Lynnette 



Blasi, Michael 
Blondin, Christian 
Boisvert. Michelle 
Borshay, Amy 
Boschetto. David 
Boyd. Ian 
Brooks, Michael 



Buckley, Sean 
Burke, Diane 
Burke, Michelle 
Busch, Fred 
Callahan, Jennifer 
Campbell, Rachel 
Campoli, Heather 



Cardile, Kimberly 
Cestrone, James 
Chappel, Keith 
Chen, Mark 
Chester, Thomas 
Clarke, Joshua 
Cohen, Jennifer 



Combattelli, James 
Conolly, Amy 
Davis, Tina 
Deardorff, Sean 
Dee, Michelle 
DeLuca, Alicia 
Dickinson, Jennifer 



DiNitlo, Jennifer 
Dishman, Jason 
Dmochovi/ski, Michael 
Dockham, Richard 
Doherty, Paul 
Donaldson, Robert 
Duris, Kevin 



Dworshak, Megan 
Ebersole, John 
Eldridge, Jason 
Eriich, Shari 
Farmer, Keith 
Fehlau, Erin 
Flores, Alejandra 




70 UNDERCLASSMEN 



§OPHOMORES 



What brought that smile to Bryan Alexander's 
face? 



Dave Zampese stands on a chair while Mi- 
chelle Boisvert laughs at him?. 




▼ 



learning the basics 

DRIVER'S ED 



It's a common sight around school. At 
least three times a year you see the infa- 
mous posters and announcements on Start- 
ing Point announcing, yes, the unescapable 
"Taggart's Driving School". Once you sign 
up for Taggart's, you can count on on em- 
barking on one of those experiences which 
you will not forget. The classes consist of 
listening to a teacher read from the driving 
manual word for word to you. The road work 
is a bit more interesting. Everyone is re- 
quired to spend six hours driving and six 
hours observing another student driver, who 
in most cases is very new to the driving 
scene. Any student who has partaken in 
Driver's Ed. can tell you horror stories of 
being forgotten or having to observe some- 
one who has never sat behind the wheel of a 
car before. Being that most Sophmores at 
BHS will be part of the large Taggart's fam- 
ily, a comradship forms between those des- 
ignated to drive together. 

All in all. Driver's Ed. is not that bad, al- 
though most students can think of a couple 
of other places that they'd rather be. It is a 
major milestone in every person's life. It en- 
ables you to get your license at 16 1/2, not 
to mention lower insurance rates, which can 
both be worth the humiliation of having a 
friend who already has their license, follow 
your Taggart's car when you're on a driving 
lesson. 




UNDERCLASSMEN 71 



Rachel Pollock, Niki Linton, Amy 
Borshay show their friendship. 



Freeman, Alex 
Gallant, Mark 
Galpin, Loree 
Garrison, Jessica 
Geary, Kevin 
Geilfuss, Jack 
Gelormini, Kyle 



Giles, Dana 
Goodarz, John 
Goodpaster, John 
Gorgens, Jennifer 
Granowitz, Scott 
Gray, Mark 
Grey, Holly 



Griffin, Andrea 
Hamby, Jonathan 
Hamel. Christine 
Hanson, Stacey 
Hartwell, Melissa 
Hayes, Erinn 
Henry, Chnstopher 



Henry, Jeffrey 
Higham, Richard 
Hirsch, Christopher 
Hubble. Steven 
Huffman, Michael 
Hunsader, Monica 
Hunt, David 




72 UNDERCLASSMEN 




"Being a Sophomore 
means a lot more respon- 
sibility, but its worth it!" 

- Christine Hamel 



"There are times that I 
wish I was an Upperclass- 
man, but then I just appre- 
ciate the fact that I'm not 
a Freshman!" 

- Judy Galani 



Hurd, Katherine 
Janson, Ryan 
Jehle, Heather 
Jones, Jeffrey 
Kapuria. Samir 
Keeting, Zachery 
Kelleher, Lisa 



Kennedy, Marcus 
Kern, Brian 
Koop, Jonathan 
Korik, Sasha 
Lanoue, Rich 
Lavl, LImor 
Lenz, Cynthia 



LInehan, Sean 
Linton, Nicole 
LIss, Michael 
Logan, Jeffrey 
Luka. Kevin 
Lydon, John 
Magno, Virginia 



Mahar, Craig 
Malo, Scott 
Marlin, Carol 
McGovern, Patricia 
McNeany, Timothy >. 
Medeiros, Daniel 
Merrill, Julie 




UNDERCLASSMEN 73 



looking back 

MEMORIES 



Christine Hamel sings a melodious tune to 
herselt. 



While school is a time to move for- 
ward, it also a time to look back and 
remember. We do forget a lot over the 
years, but some things just seem to 
stay with us forever. 

Like who could ever forget the 
eighth-grade trip to Washington? Re- 
member when a certain someone got 
lost at Arlington Cemetery or when the 
Tour Guide on bus one fell out of the 
bus? On the subject of eighth grade, a 
very obnoxious time in our lives, who 
remembers the infamous "eight" or 
"have a chicken", "kick the door" and 
many others of those odd expres- 
sions? What about the Lowell trip that 
half of us didn't get to go on, thanks to 
a certain person(you know who you 
are)? Will we ever forget Mr. Norton 
and the Fossil Evidence? Or when he 
dropped the box of rocks? Or when he 



set the papers on fire? 

Enough of that Junior High stuff. 
Many interesting things have hap- 
pened to us in these two short years. I 
can't think of anyone in Level 5 History 
who will forget Mr. Reynolds' 2 day 
"homework assignments" that were 
the equivalent of our seven-week term 
papers in Civil.! (We love you Mr. Reyn- 
olds!) I-Search papers were much fun 
also. (Pete, did you ever find a topic?) 
For those of you that took Civil with Mr. 
Donovan, let's talk about Chris's 
LOVELY Pyramid! (Sorry Chris, it really 
was beautiful, ha ha). 

So much has happened that it is im- 
possible to remember it all, but we do. 
What happens now may seem so un- 
important, but in the long run will stay 
with us for a long time. These are the 
good days, let's cherish 'em! 




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Jeff Jones happily reflects upon 
his Sophomore year at BHS. 




74 UNDERCLASSMEN 





Meyers, Rachel 
Miller, Jason 
Miller, Stephanie 
Minassian, Mark 
Moore, Kenneth 
Morehead, Graham 
Neville, Travis 



Novak, Debra 
Novak, Diane 
O'Brien, Scott 
O'Callaghan, Shannon 
O'Malley. Killeen 
O'Malley, Matthew 
Palermino, David 



Pearson, Eric 
Pease. Barrie 
PIgnatiello, Kerry 
Pollock, Rachel 
Poulin, Joseph 
Prescott, Steven 
Prior, Mark 



Renauld, Angela-Marie 
Ricker, Tina 
Ritson, Peter 
Rosenberg Rebecca 
Russo, Jodie 
Saunders, Nancy 
Schowalter, Kathleen 



Sewall, Heather 
Shamon, Peter 
Shaughnessy, Eileen 
Shea, Marni 
Sherman, Christopher 
Skerry, William 
Snelson, Kerri 



Somerset, Joseph 
Spencer, Susanne 
Stein, Matthew 
Stephens, Heather 
Storer, Amy 
Stygar, Stephanie 
Surprenant, Nathan 



Tamerler, Wendy 
Tanzer, John 
Taylor, Andy 
Towne, Brian 
Tuttle, Derek 
Watkins, Mark 
Welch, Elizabeth 



Wilkins, Dawnice 
Wilkins, Kenny 
Wojnar, Amy 
Worth, Maureen 
Zampese, David 
Ziemba, Jennifer 
Zwally, Mike 



UNDERCLASSMEN 75 




76 UNDERCLASSMEN 



pRESHMEN 



It's the first day of High School. 
There you are sitting in your seat, al- 
phabetically of course, and what do 
you know, the teacher is about to call 
on you. Then horror of horrors, your 
teacher opens his/her mouth, you ex- 
pecting your own name, but out of the 
blue comes your older sibling' s name, 
ripping open your hopes of establish- 
ing your own identity. You correct 
him/her politely the first time, a little 
more harshly the secomd time, and so 
on. By the second month you know 
that your teacher is never going to 
learn your name unless drastic mea- 
sures are taken. For some students 
these drastic measures mean calling 
their teacher by a different name, while 
others simply ignore their teacher until 
they are called by their correct name. 



friend or foe? 

SIBLINGS 



Others will even spend four years an- 
swering to an older sibling's name. 

In a school so small as Bedford High 
the "Sibling Syndrome" is quite com- 
mon. This can be especially difficult for 
someone who is the younger sibling of 
an exceptional student or athlete. 
Quite often teachers and coaches will 
assume that the younger sibling also 
wants to be or will be the best in this 
activity or subject and they never seem 
to understand why a younger sibling 
wants to be different. Sometimes it can 
be nice to have an older brother/sister 
in the school to break the ice for you 
and warn you of what is to come, but 
that benefit is all too often overshad- 
owed by having to spend the first two, 
and sometimes more, school weeks of 
each year explaining to an older sib- 



ling's past teacher that has now be- 
come yours, about your older brother 
or sister's present life and activities. 
This might be true for some people but 
Mary Atkinson disagrees by saying, "I 
feel that having an older sibling is an 
advantage because you already know 
the teachers." 

For some students the "Sibling Syn- 
drome" will continue longer than oth- 
ers - it depends on who your older 
sibling is. For those who have to live 
through this, the only advice we have is 
to smile and do everything possible to 
convince your teachers of who you are 
- and do your best to establish your 
own identity. 




Christy and Crystal Brooks 
dress in style, showing that 
having a sibling in the same 
school can be a fun experience 
and can also mean having 
someone to share your embar- 
rassing moments! 



UNDERCLASSMEN 77 



Marcy Correia tries to hide her 
smile from the camera, but doesn't 
succeed! 

Randy Messineo jumps into 
this picture knowing that as a 
freshman, this is going to be his 
only source of recognition! 



Friedman, Debbi 
Gottlieb, Craig 
Grot, Brian 
Halacy, Todd 
Hall, Andrew 
Handley, Michele 
Harley. Amy 



Harrignton, Christine 
Harris, Bradley 
Hart, Lorena 
Heimple, Valerie 
Hill, Shawn 
Holden, Jonathon 
Holden, Katherine 



Howard, Kim 
Hunt, Daniel 
Hunter, Heather 
Ingraham, Peter 
Jackson, Lisa 
Jeannotte, Jeffrey 
Jehle, Ashley 




78 UNDERCLASSMEN 




Jennifer Peterson takes time out to show ^''if^w^^^?i*^'^-fe 
us a nice smile! 



Theresa Concannon and Zuzka Volicer show that having a good 
friend can make a little less boring! 



Danielle Trembley. Valerie Heimple, Anita Bumann, and Nat McAl- 
lister take a break from their hectic school day to pose for this 
picture! 



FRESHMAN:(noun) 1. An underclassman 2. A person who wan- 
ders the halls of the high school, never really getting where she 
wants to go (usually seen with a map) 3. A dartboard for pranks, 
wisecracks, and insults from sophomores, juniors, and seniors. 




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Johnson, Nana-kyi 
Jones, Deborah 
Kennedy, Hope 
Kenon, Reggie 
Keroes, Joshua 
Knell, Matthew 
Koen, Nancy 



Kyvelos, Stephanie 
Lanier, Nikki 
Larsen.Kristen 
Lee, Tara 

Lehmann, Karie jv.-^;^.'. 
Lewis, Beneatha ''^t-N-v 
Lorusso, John 



Mace, Charles 
MacQuilken, Bethanne 
Magner, Amy 

Martley, Chrlstina,v;tfnv^s:^v*,'\*"'it 
Mason, Kathryn 
Mcallister. Nat ' ' 

Maccann, Timothy 



UNDERCLASSMEN 79 



Edwin Amaya expreses well the look of a true 
freshman after realizing that he has to spend four 
years of his life in High School, three of which 
he'll spend waiting to be a Senior! 



classic freshmen 

FEARS 



Every freshman has his/her fears of 
High School. For some, it might be the 
humilating feeling (on the first day) 
when you casually stroll into class and 
sit down feeling a huge amount of 
achievement, and ten minutes later 
you realize your in a Senior homeroom. 
For others it might be the fear of trip- 
ping in the hall, having all your books 
scatter everywhere, and making a 
complete "Fool" of yourself. These are 
classic freshmen fears. Another 
thought that strikes panic into the ter- 



ror stricken heart of a freshman, how- 
ever unimportant it may seem, is where 
to sit and who to associate with in the 
cafeteria. The most frightening yet irri- 
tating freshman fear is the wisecracks 
and sarcastic remarks with which the 
sophmore, junior, and senior classes 
seem to love to aggravate the fresh- 
men. Every average freshman can 
identify with these doubts, apprehen- 
sions, and horror stories. Being a fresh- 
man is sometimes a dirty job, but 
somebody's got to do it! 




Lisette Alba thinks, "Finally, 
I've reached High School, if I 
can only up the four years." 




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McCulloch, Anne 
McDonald, Scott 
McGrath, Keri 
Melvin, Todd 
Messineo, Randy 
Mills, Karyn 
Mofield, Elizabeth 



Moody, Michelle 
Moseley, Matthew 
Naegeli, Heidi 
Newberry, Sabrina 
Nickerson, Jennifer 
Owen, Zachary 
Patenaude, Timothy 



Patterson, Nikki 
Pellegrini, Mary 
Stephanie Perino 
Peterson, Jennifer 
Pietchel, Laurie 
Pomponi, Andria 
Proudfoot, Denise 



Pullen, Lester 
Reaves, Frank 
Rivinius, Elizabeth 
Robinson, Sarah 
Salsgiver, Tina 
Schofield, Michelle 
Scott, Jacqueline 



Shao, Amy 
Short, Christine 
Short, Michael 
Short, Mysti 
Shute. Daniel 
Shwimer, Jacqueline 
Smith, Daymion 



Sparrow, Brian 
Stanley, Robert 
Stone, Jessica 
Swenson, Eric 
Swietek, Paul 
Taylor, Brian 
Taylor, Bryan 



Tobey, David 
Trembley, Danielle 
Urquhart, Barry 
Van Der Lee, Aniko 
Volicer, Zuzka 
Walls, Brooke 
Wang, Virginia 



Weinfurt. Patricia 
Welch, Francis 
Wentworth, David 
Whiteaker, Stacey 
Wingfield, Jennifer 
Wood, Ivan 
Young, Eric 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 81 




Carolyn Sarno, Michelle DiN- 
isco, and Debbie Freedman, 
"say cheese." 

Stephanie Miller waits on cus- 
tomer Alicia DeLuca. We like 
your hat, Alicia! 



Time to work 



time to study, or 

RELAX 



Freshman Beth Rivinius enjoys 
her summer job. It's nicer out- 
side, but think of all the money 
you're making, Beth! 
Junior Liam Hurley relaxes be- 
tween sets. 




82 UNDERCLASSMEN 



1 




Jen Ashe wishes that summer 
would last forever. 
Barry Pease and Cornelius Al- 
exander ham it up for the cam- 
era. Are you both ready for 
class to begin? 



"No, Scott, Argentina is not a 
country in Western Europe." 
Mr. Biggie helps Scott 
Granowitz with his map study 
questions. 



J 



UNDERCLASSMEN 83 



TO REMEMBER 



'*What teachers look for: creativity, 
motivation, perseverance. What 
students hope for: a substitute, a field 
trip; 





86 ACADEMICS 





Most of what I really need to know 
about how to live, and what to do, and how 
to be, I learned In kindergarten. Wisdom 
was not at the top off the graduate school 
mountain, but there In the sandbox at 
nursery school. 'i/ti$^M 

These are the things i learned: Share 
everything. Play ffalr. Don't hit people. Put 
things back where you found them. Clean 
up your own mess. Don't take things that 
aren't yours. Say you're sorry when you 
hurt somebody. Wash your hands before 
you eat. Flush. Warm cookies and cold 
milk are good for you. Live a balanced life. 
Learn some and think some and draw ev- 
ery affternoon. When you go out Into the 
world, watch for traffic, hold hands, and 
stick together. Be aware of wonder. Re- 
member the little seed In the plastic cup: 
the roots go down and the plant comes 
up, and nobody really knows why, but we 
are all like that. Goldfish and hamsters 
and white mice and even the little seed in 
the plastic cup...they all die. So do we. 

And then remember the book about 
Dick and Jane and the fflrst word you lear- 
ned...the biggest word of all: LOOK! Every- 
thing you need to know is there some- 
where. The golden rule and love and basic 
sanitation, ecology and politics and sane 
living. 

Think of what a better world it would be 
if we alL.the whole world..had cookies and 
milk about three o'clock every afternoon 
and then lay down with our blankets for a 
nap. Or if we had a basic policy in our 
nation to always put things back where we 
found them and clean up our own messes. 
And it is still true, no matter how old you 
^re, when you go out into the world, it is 
best to hold hands and stick together." 

Robert Fulghum 



ACADEMICS 87 



Time For Helios 



Mr. Machado enjoys a moment with 
some students. 



Bedford High School welcomes several new 
teachers to its faculty this year. Among them 
are Ms. Deborah Savarino in the Special Edu- 
cation Department, Mr. Ed Machado in Special 
Education and Social Studies and Ms. Elaine 
Kerachskiy in the English Department. 

Ms. Savarino was born in New York City and 
worked for the N.Y. Board of Education in 
Brooklyn for five years. She enjoys working 
with people and has pursued a career in educa- 
tion since graduating from college with a de- 
gree in psychology. Her warmth and kindness, 
as well as her sense of humor, show when she 
talks about her students. She says she likes the 
challenge of teaching people with special 
needs. 

Mr. Machado, though a new faculty member, 
is not a new face at B.H.S. He was born in 
Hudson, MA, and graduated from college two 
years ago. Last year he took a position at the 
Bedford Middle School and could be seen in 
the halls of B.H.S. as the varsity ski team 
coach. This year, he is an assistant in the Spe- 
cial Education Department and teaches one 
U.S. History II class. He is not sure what lies in 
his future, but when asked about his goals, he 
responds "a life-long commitment to skiing and 
the education of America's youth," and joking- 
ly adds, "to survive until Friday." 

Ms. Kerachsky comes to Bedford from Con- 
necticut. She taught in a vocational school for 
several years and before that in another high 
school, teaching English at both. At B.H.S., she 
teaches English classes to grades 10 and 11, 
as well as a writing lab. She has enjoyed her job 
here and praises the school for its focus on the 
international and its attempt to make students 
"world citizens". 





Ms. Savarino catches up on worl< during a rare 
moment of free time. 



Ms. Kerachsky settles into her new job as En- 
glish teacher. 



88 ACADEMICS 




.♦.and Goodbyes 




For approximately twenty-five years, 
Mr. Robert Biggio has been a fixture 
around the halls and classrooms of 
Bedford High School. On an average 
of tv»/enty-two students per class, five 
classes per day, for twenty-five years, 
nearly 1,650 students have had the 
good fortune to have Mr. Biggio as a 
Social Studies teacher. 

Sadly, it is time for Mr. Biggio to 
leave, and he will be missed. From 
Bedford High School we say, "Enjoy 
Biggio, and have fun 



Keith Adams 

Athletic Director 
Margarita Apiceila 

Science 

Steven Barbas 

Band Director. Music 
Kay Bell 
Audio Visual 
Robert Biggio 

Social Studies 



Janice Birch 

Secretary 

CMSgt. Aldevino Braga 

Aerospace Science 
Ruth Byron 
Mathematics 
Peter Caccioia 
Athletic Trainer 
Lt. Col. Edward Campbell 
R.O.T.C. 



Victor Carlson 

Industrial Arts 
Robert Ciolfi 

Program Administrator, Counseling 
William Corliss 
Business Education 
Deirdre Curran 
Foreign Language 
Vernon Dameron 
Social Studies 



ACADEMICS 89 



Brendan Desilets 

English 
Joan DiClemente 

Special Education 
Charles DiPietro 

Program Administrator, 
Occupational Education 
Theresa Doiron 
Secretary 
Michael Donovan 
Social Studies 




Kathleen Drenas 

Home Economics 
Claire French 
Secretary 
Sybil French 
Secretary 
Elaine Giddis 
English) 
Bernard Gollis 
Counselor 



Robert Greenway 

Counselor 
Paula Gullage 

Business and Social Studies 
Janice Haggerty 

Art 

Marguerite Hamilton 

Secretary 
Constance Hanley 

Secretary 




Miss Wallace stands ready to assist Eileen 
Shaughnessy. 5 



90 ACADEMICS 






1 







<^ A New Beat 



This year Bedford boasts a new and 
exciting Music Department. Three posi- 
tions in the Music Department, including 
the head of the program, have been taken 
over by new and innovative individuals. 

The man heading the Music Depart- 
ment as the new Music Program Director 
is Barry Low. Mr. Low is a graduate of the 
University of Lowell and brings with him a 
broad array of experience from area 
schools. He finds the groups at B.H.S. 
very talented and spirited and is looking 
forward to working with them in the new 
activities he has planned for the 
department. 

Miss Jennifer Wallace, strings instruc- 
tor, has just graduated from Luther Col- 
lege in Decorah, Iowa. Bedford is her first 
teaching job and she is very happy with 
the Music Department. Miss Wallace 
credits POMS, the Patrons of Musical 
Students, for their support and strength- 
ening of the department. 

Taking on a large responsibility with his 
new position as Band Director is Steven 
Barbas. His job includes directing the 
Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, Jazz En- 
semble and the Marching Band. Mr. Bar- 
bas also graduated from the University of 
Lowell where he was a drum major. In 
addition to his responsibilities at Bedford, 
Mr. Barbas directs the Worcester Poly- 
technic Institute Band. He is very im- 
pressed with the potential of Bedford's 
Music program and is committed to keep- 
ing it on top. 

The fresh start that the Music Depart- 
ment has made is working very well and 
promises continued success. Bedford 
High School welcomes the talented group 
of Mr. Low, Miss Wallace, and Mr. Bar- 
bas. 

Mr. Low changes tempo from directing the Music 
Department to teaching Listener's Guide. Below, 
Mr, Barbas prepares to direct the concert band. 




ACADEMICS 91 



5^, 



When Was the 



Twinkle Invented?/ 



"What year was the twinkie invented?" So, 
it's an obscure fact, but it is one of the many 
that one have heard after sitting through a 
year of Mr. Reynolds' fun facts. In addition to at 
least one day of fun facts before each test, 
anyone in one of Mr. Reynolds' U.S. History I 
classes is entitled to one day a week of playing 
Trivia. ..what an incentive to memorize those 
forgettable facts and dates! 

On the first day of class, many students sit in 
their seats awed, or just scared by this giant of 
a man towering over them. Next, they are intro- 
duced to Mr. Reynolds' infamous assignments, 
which usually follow this pattern.... 

"Okay, I want an essay on the history of the 
development of Washington D.C. as a federal 
capital by Wednesday." 

"But Mr. Reynolds, today is Monday, and we 
have the map of the Thirteen Colonies due 
tomorrow." 

Fortunately for his students, Mr. Reynolds is 
fairly lenient about accepting late assignments, 
with one exception... those editorials had better 
be in on time. 

Many of Mr. Reynolds' students can remem- 
ber days when the class picked one topic and 
argued continuously for and against it. During 
many of these "discussions", Mr. Reynolds 
would let students argue the point amongst 
themselves, only occasionally asking ques- 
tions, adding facts, or emphasizing a point. 
These days provided a break from notetaking 
chores and exposed students to different sides 
of an issue. 

As well as teaching U.S. History I, Mr. Reyn- 
olds teaches Economics and, until this year, 
Political Science. After school, Mr. Reynolds 
gives individual help to students before heading 
off to the golf course or baseball field to carry 
out his coaching duties. 

A student who has the good fortune to draw 
Mr. Reynolds as a teacher will not forget the 
experience. Students must rise to high expec- 
tations and seemingly endless notes, tests, and 
essays; they are also part of a class in which 
learning can take place informally, and which 
features a teacher who cares. 

And, for anyone who wonders, the twinkie 
was invented in 1930. 



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This is the first time that we can read what 
Mr. Reynolds has written on the board. 
Winifer Sewall gets help from Mr. Reynolds as 
she responds to a question. 



92 ACADEMICS 




Maureen Hanley 

Health and Physical Education 
Jean Hibbard 
Library Assistant 
Dorothy Hovsepian 

English 



Clint Huff 

Mathematics 
Gary Hunt 

Mathennatics 
Yola ingraham 

Early Childhood Education 



John Judge 

English 

James Kelley 

Foreign Language 
William Keup 

Science 



Elaine Kerachsky 

English 

Catherine Krueger 

Science 
Nancy Lehan 

Registrar 



Marilyn Light 

Special Education 
Alison Lohrum 

Counselor 

Dorothy Lovecchio 

Secretary 



ACADEMICS 93 



An EGGcellent Teachery 



Barry Low 

Director of Music 
Sandra Maczko 
Early Childhood Education and 
Home Economics 
Virginia Malouin 
School Nurse 
Beverly Marklis 
Secretary 
Benjamin Maxwell 
English 



John McCarthy 

Program Administrator. English 
Arthur McManus 
Program Administrator, Physical 
Education 
Jean Mehrle 
Foreign Language and Social 
Studies 
Jean Miele 
Mathematics 
Eugene Milliken 
English 



Bruce Morse 

Audio Visual Director 
Donald Moss 
Counselor 
Gregory Norton 
Science 
Barbara O'Neil 
Secretary 
Pat O'Shaughnessy 
Secretary 



Leonard Palmer 

Science 
Irene Parker 

METCO Coordinator 
Floriano Pavao 
Program Director, Foreign Language 
Patricia Pellegrini 
Social Studies 
Robert Petrillo 
Physical Education 




94 ACADEMICS 



Adopted "babies" gathered 
together in the health class 
"nursery." 



Miss Hanley shares a laugh with 
students. 





Miss Hanley makes her point on the 
blackboard. 



"Okay, this is your baby for a week!" Amid 
moans, groans, and tlie occasional smile, Miss 
Hanley went on to explain how each member of 
the class would take care of an egg for a week 
as a lesson in the responsibility of being a teen- 
age parent. Memories include egg-nappings, 
shell fractures, and trips to Purity to price dia- 
pers. 

Adopting an egg, however, is only one as- 
pect of the Junior Health class created by Miss 
Hanley. In addition to teen parenthood, the 
class covers reproduction, contraception, and 
sexually transmitted diseases. Though the re- 
sponse to many of her lessons varies from dis- 
gusted gasps to self-conscious giggles. Miss 
Hanley is always honest and straightforward, 
encouraging questions and doing her best to 
answer them. 

Miss Hanley also teaches a freshman health 
class and Peer Leadership. Freshman Health 
primarily deals with drug and alcohol abuse, 
peer pressure, and self esteem, helping stu- 
dents to deal with what they might face in high 
school. Peer Leadership is open to juniors and 
seniors and focuses on activities which teach 
trust. Students realize that the more willing they 
are to trust each other, the more able they will 
be to help others. The class also works with the 
community as volunteers to make people 
aware of the problems facing teenagers today. 

The success of both Freshman and Junior 
Health and Peer Leadership is largely due to 
Miss Hanley. Her concern and her energetic 
teaching methods are beneficial to all of her 
students, and her warm smile is always a wel- 
come sight. 



ACADEMICS 95 




Time to Shop 



For many students, the Industrial Arts 
Department provides courses that are a 
little different from the ordinary curricu- 
lum. They give students the opportunity 
to create their own projects and obtain 
information useful to the rest of their lives. 
One class that fits this description is 
Wood Shop. 

Wood Shop is offered as a minor or 
major. Early stages of the course are 
spent learning the all-important details, 
such as how to differentiate between the 
various woods and varnishes or how to 
take measurements. Eventually, students 
learn about and how to use the different 
machines. From here, they are given the 
freedom to design and build their individ- 
ual projects. 

Many students like the class because it 
focuses on the individual. Mr. Carlson, 
their instructor, teaches them techniques, 
then acts as an advisor to each one se- 
perately. Most also feel that it is worth the 
the amount of work because of the practi- 
cal experience, they get in fields such as 
carpenty, architecture, and design. 




Paul and Dave Goodale concentrate on a project. 




mm ^ 



Carlson looks on as Mike Stein prepares to wor 



96 ACADEMICS 



Dave Trant keeps himself 
busy by cutting wood. 




Anthony Pilla 

Art 

Walter Powers 

English 

Denise Rainis 

Foreign Language 
Doreen Ralston 
Social Studies 
John Reynolds 

Social Studies 



William Ricker 

Custodian 
Michael Rinaldi 
Industrial Arts 
Paula Rochefort 

Secretary 

Barbara Robinson 

Science 
Marjorie Rull 

Foreign Language 



Armand Sabourin 

Mathematics 
Deborah Sakelakos 

Science 

Deborah Savarino 

Special Education 
Sandy Shay 
Mathematics 
Huberta Sorgi 

Music 



Pat Spinosa 

Program Administrator, Social 
Studies 

Eleanor Stanley 

Secretary 
Loretta Stead 
Mathematics 
Richard Stephenson 

Program Administrator, Mathematics 
Calvin Tingley 

Program Administrator, Science 



ACADEMICS 97 



Iphegenia Tsefrekas 

Home Economics 
Lawrence Ullmann 
Science 
Carol Walcott 
Reading 
Jennifer Wallace 
Music 
Myra Wrye 
Secretary 



Faculty not pictured: 
Donald Barron 
Barbara Davis 

Elizabeth Dowling 
Ed Machado 




Front Row: Mr. Ledru. Mr. Pavao; 
Second Row: Jennifer Ashe, Patty 
Colligan, Angela Gautler, Alissa 
Mlllman, Isabelle Mathieu, Laurence 
Divry, Estelle Duquenoy; Back Row: 
Ceclle Gregoire, Perrlne BulgheronI, 
Christine Anderson, Sophie 
Dessauvages, Camilla Ericson, 
Catherine Destercke, Natalie Degardin, 
Lisa Getty, Gretchen Gerbrands, Ceclle 
Berteloot, Eric Cordes, Remi 
Champagne, Lauren Solomita, Erika 
Wozniak, David Kelleher, Tracey 
Manning, John Walker, Vincent 
Fournier, All LeDoujet. 




98 ACADEMICS 



Lauren Solomita, Sophie 
Dessauvages, All LeDoujet, and 
Alissa Mlllman sightseeing at the Old 
North Bridge in Concord. 




Quel Echange! 







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J! mfr.- ^ 



1)0 




Memories of April in Paris: 

Mr. Pavao tal<es a break from his montlis of organizing the exchange; 
Lisa Getty shares a moment with her French sister, Cecile. 



On April 15, 1988, fifteen Bedford High 
School students boarded a plane bound for 
France. Some were nervous and sonne were 
scared, yet they returned with an experience 
that they would remember for a lifetime. They 
had lived with French families, gone to a French 
school, and lived the lives of their French "sis- 
ters" and "brothers" for three weeks, visiting 
places they had only read about, such as Paris, 
the Eiffel Tower, and Versailles. 

This experience was carried into the '88-'89 
school year when the exchange was complet- 
ed. In August, each of these Bedford students 
welcomed a French student into his or her 
home for three weeks. The French students, 
with their hosts, spent a week sightseeing in 
Boston and New England before school began; 
then they accompanied their "sisters" and 
"brothers" to classes, McDonalds parking lot, 
sports practices, the movies, Canobie Lake 
Park, etc. They saw what it was like to be an 
American teenager, much as the Americans 
got a taste of being French. The group as a 
whole participated in many activities, ranging 
from a barbecue to the production of a T.V. 
show for Bedford Cable. 

Mr. Pavao, Program Administrator of the 
Foreign Language Department, organized the 
exchange and plans to make it an annual tradi- 
tion at B.H.S., alternating between the Spanish 
and French students. Due to his determination 
and hard work, the exchange was a great suc- 
cess, providing a learning experience for not 
only the students who participated, but also for 
their families, other students at B.H.S. and the 
entire community. 



ACADEMICS 99 



■ 



it was a 



ransition 



and an experience 



Bedford's football program 
this yearwas one of rebuilding; 
most of the starting varsity team 
was composed of underclass- 
men. While the dedication to 
football was there, the experi- 
ence was not, since captain 

Sam Panzer! was 

the only returning 
varsity player from 
last years 8-1-1 
team. Bedford's 
footballteamshould 
not be underesti- 
mated; despite their 
inexperience they 
ended the year in 
good standing in 
their league. The 

Bedford football 

team has many 
things to remember: the party 
at Paul's house; the "psyche" 
film that put everyone to sleep; 
being good at parties; Lennox 
coming to the game in the fourth 
quarter, "I got lost on the 'T';" 
"Son of Sam;" free pizza and 
drinks before games; powder- 



"Football is 
a discipline 
that pushes 
you beyond 
the limit." 

-Coach Sabourin 



puff; pre-gameunderthe emer- 
gency red lights; Rich putting 
his hand through the window; 
Franklin getting nailed at An- 
dover (running the wrong way); 
Doug Orlando's knee; coach 
Petrillo's tape jobs; "If you don't 

want to hit that, go 

seeMissG.shestill 
has some skirts 
left;" r\/lcDonalds 
discount; "Senior 
Lap;" "Eddie I want 
half," the Elowdrill; 
ends hitting without 
pads; F.L.R.P; 
D.P.O.-.-.; Darryl 
and the athletic 
trainer at Newton 

North; "the Lemar 

special," Who went 
though hitting drills four times 
before giving up every day 
freshmen year; "Hey, shut-ap," 
the day bullet had to run 1001 
laps;the required paperonwhy 
you want to play football; bull in 
the ring; the Bauman brothers 
vs. the Sheick brothers. 



Rich Fedele calls out the signals for 
Bedford's offense on the line while Co- 
captain Sam Panzeri glowers at New- 
ton South's defensive tackle. 



102 SPORTS 



Bedford Football's kick-off team 
sprint down the field at the start of the 
Newton South game. 
Juniors Rich Fedele and Chris 
McCune show off while they wait for 
the Newton South game to begin. 




1988 Varsity Football Team: Front 
Row:Kosta Vasilakis, Chris Zellner, 
Dan Couto, Brian Smith, Co-captains 
Sam Panzeri and Paul Cronin, Alain 
Lavelanet. Joe Lovecchio, Doug Or- 
lando, and Franklin Cotton. Second 
Row:Ed Franks, Kevin Grot. James 
Stephens, Chris McCune, Lennox 
Chase, Rich Fedele, Dana Park, Sean 




Chris Zellner and Franklin Cotton, 
burning to win. 



Wilson, and Coach Armand Sabourin. 
Third Row:Mike Baisi, Tim McNeany, 
Jon Hamby, Marcus Kennedy. Keith 
Farmer. Rich Higham. John Lydon, 
Ryan Jansen. Mike Huffman and Dave 
Palermino.Fourth Row: Pete Sha- 
mon. Tom Chester. Sean Linehan, 
Mark Minassian, Jeff Jones, Steve 
Hubble and Assistant Coaches Ed 
Campbell and Bob Petrillo. 



Football Seniors: Front Row: Brian 
Smith. Alain Lavelanet, Paul Cronin, 
Sam Panzeri and Ed Franks. Back 
Row: Doug Orlando, Dan Couto, Joe 
LoVecchio, Chris Zellner, Kosta Vasi- 
lakis and Coach Armand Sabourin. 



SPORTS 103 




Let's Go 

adies 



■l^/-v-.'..i^?;' 



"Let's go, ladies!" could be 
heard almost constantly out on 
the field hockey field this year. 
This kind of encouragement is 
what made the team keep 
fighting, even when the odds 
were against them. 

Though not ex- 

tremely successful 
on the surface, they 
did enjoy theirshare 
of accomplishments, 
and with one of the 
largest teams ever, 
could be a powerful 
force in the future. 

Veterans of this 
year's team will 
share many distinct ^— ^— 
memories. They 
almost tied first-place Acton, 
something only one other team 
was able to do. They "stim- 
med" the men at Concord and 
dazzled B.H.S. with their tie- 
dyed boxer shorts. 



"Wearing 
these skirts 
has to be a 
highlight of 
my life" 

-Lauren Solomita 



[vlichelle Marino scored the 
goal that won their only night 
game, Jean Venuti earned the 
nickname '^A/hiz", and Court- 
ney Eagles made a last-minute 
penalty shot to save a Concord 
game. Leslie Fryer 

made upwards of 

200 saves in the 
net for Bedford, 
causing a major 
problem for all op- 
posing teams. All- 
in-all, this year's 
team was like a 
family, everyone 
cared and every- 
one helped each 

other. 

Leslie Fryer and 
Suzanne Wright, this year's 
captains, and Robin McArdle 
all earned membership to the 
Dual County League's All-Star 
team. Junior Ami Bowen re- 
ceived honorable mention. 



Goalie Leslie Fryer makes one of her 
awesome saves, while Robin McArdle 
rushes in to assist. 





104 SPORTS 




Coach Helen Gfoerer tells the ladies to 
"play accordingly". 

Suzanne Wright and Robin McArdle: 
ready for anything. 



The Varsity Team. Front Row: Sara 
Puffer, Lauren Solomita, co-captain 
Leslie Fryer, co-captain Suzanne 
Wright, Michelle Marino. Camilla Eric- 
son; Second Row: Jean Venuti, Apryl 
Whitt, Robin McArdle, Sharon Whitt, 



Courtney Eagles, Holly Stockdale, Ka- 
tie Putney, Kerri O'Keefe; Back Row: 
Manager Kristin Hovde, Lynnette 
Blanchard, Christine Cronin, Mary 
Kate Hanley, Kristen Pugh, Ami Bow- 
en, Amy Pietchel, Cara Swenson, 
Sara Glennon. 





i 









The Junior Varsity Team: Front Row: 
Michelle DiNisco, Laurie Pietchel, 
Shannon O'Callaghan, Tina Ricker, 
Jen Cohen, Amy Andrade; Second 
Row: Maureen Colliton, Lee Lavi, 
Shari Eriich, Kerri Pignatiello, Diane 
Burke, Eileen Shaughnessy; Back 
Row: Coach Raeann Walsh, Erin Feh- 
lau, Christine Hamel, Megan Dwor- 
shak, Carolyn Sarno, Rachel Meyers, 
Susanne Spencer, Keri McGrath, 
Zuzka Volicer, Tina Dougherty. 



Lauren Solomita and Caycee 
Hawley, "Seniors rule!" 




SPORTS 105 



it was an 



nexpected 



V 



success 



There didn't seem to be 
much hope for boys' soccer 
last fall. Thirteen seniors had 
graduated the year before, 
leaving only six returning var- 
sity players, and they were 
about to break in a 

new coach. The 

popularopinionwas 
that 1988 would be 
a transition season 
for the team, or a 
building yearforthe 
future. 

Team members 
proved this opinion 
wrong, and though 
unexpected, the 

success the team 

achieved was great. 

Under coach Dan Frost, the 
team became a powerful force 
in the DCL, finishing at third 
place with a league record of 



"Whenever I 
think of this 
year, I can't 
helpthinking 
of next year." 

-Liam Hurley 



there, and the team qualified 
forthe Division III state tourna- 
ment. After defeating North 
Reading in the quarter finals, 
they moved on to the semi- 
finals for northeastern Massa- 
chusetts. There 

they met Lexington 

Christian Acad- 
emy, playing two 
daysinarowtoend 
anunbreakabletie. 

In the end, 
L.C.A. defeated 
Bedford, but the 
team proved that 
with character and 
determination, as 

well as an amazing 

amount of talent, 
any amount of success can be 
reached. The team will remain 
almost intact next year, and 
with eleven returning starters. 



1 0-4- 5. But success didn't end the DCL had better watch out. 



The team congratulates itself after an- 
other goal. 




106 SPORTS 




Co-Captain Tom Lentine rushes in to 
make the move. 

Eric Berman and Dennis Taylor map 
out the next play. 



Boys Varsity Soccer Team: ront Row: 
Eric Berman, Dave Mollis, Tom Len- 
tine, Jamie Lewis, Allen Jones, and 
Brian Mayar; Second Row:Josh Ber- 
man, Mike Dmochowski, Scott Albani, 



Adam Miller, Mark Alves, and Mark 
Gray; Third Row: Coach Dan Frost, 
Dan Carroll, Dave Hunt, Liam Hurley, 
Scott Anderson, Dennis Taylor, and 
Jim Hunt. 




Boys Junior Varsity Soccer Team: 
Front Row: Tim Callahan, Dan Hunt, 
Craig Gottlieb, Jason Ingraham, and 
Brian Taylor; Second Row: Steve 
Craig, Scott McDonald. John Goo- 
darz, Zach Owen, and David Bos- 
chetto; Third Row: Sean Deardorff, 
Jamie Asbedian, Gian Brunelleschi, 
Chris Theophile, Eric Pearson and 
Coach Greg Kwiatkowski. 



Bedford's new soccer coach, Dan 
Frost, concentrates on the game at 
hand. 



SPORTS 107 



Heather Doughty chases her 
opponent. 



building new 




The 1988 girls' soccer sea- 
son finished with a record of 6- 
9-3, excellent for a team that 
was in a re-building phase. Co- 
captains Dana Larsen and Pam 
Miller, together with seniors 
LizBoehm and Kim 

Farmer anchored 

the team, and un- 
derclassmen, in- 
cluding several new 
and young players, 
added strength. The 
team played hard 
and became much 
more competitive in 
the second half of 
the season, tying 

two teams that had 

previously beaten 
Bedford, and knocking one of 
them out of the tournament. 
Both ties were at the oppo- 
nents' fields. 

Several times, the team lost 



"This..3ho\A«d 
our younger 
players what 
it's all about." 

-Coach Dave 
Wilson 



starting players because of 
injuries. The good side to this 
was that the younger players 
gained even more experience. 

The team scored 33 goals 
this year, the same as last year, 
but gave up 38, 

which was twice as 

many as last year. 
The highlight of the 
year was a night 
game which gave 
Bedford a beauti- 
fully played 5-1 
victory over North 
Reading, and gave 
our younger play- 
ers the experience 

of playing on a 

power team. 
This year's fine team effort 
will surely pay off in next year's 
games as Bedford fields a 
dedicated, talented, and expe- 
rienced team. 



Coach Dave Wilson gathers the team 
around him for a pep talk. 



108 SPORTS 



Her opponent's foot is too quick for 
Liz Boefim. 



Girls' Varsity Soccer Team: Front- 
:Captains Pam Miller and Dana Lar- 
sen; Second Row: Todd Wilson, Eliz- 
abeth Welch, Elizabeth Boehnn. Joyce 
Carroll, Kim Farmer, Lisa Pecora, Mi- 
chelle Boisvert and Matt Giusti. Back 
Row:Coach Dave Wilson. Amy Go- 
dart, Jen Raffa, Garia Alley, Amy Bor- 
shay, Sarah Griffin, Monica Hun- 
sacker, Kristin Maddox, Heatherly 
Wilson and Coach Jim Storer. 




Girls' Junior Varsity Soccer Team: 
Front:Barb Brennan, Holly Grey, 
Anita Bumann, Heather Sewall, Eva 
Saez Moreno and Caria Alley. Back 



^'ff'ia ^ib^fS^^- t TtiTflSifii'itifi 



Row: Heather Jehle, Christy Brooks, 
Tricia McGovern, Kim Mello, Jen Cal- 
lahan, Andrea Griffin and Coach Jim 
Storer. 



SPORTS 109 



orn 



again 



The cross-country team 
began the season knowing that 
the going would be tough; they 
had lost four of their five top 
runners from the previous 
season and head coach Jake 
Sullivan. Coach 

Brian Hanley and 

seniors Adam To- 
bey, Erik Cordes, 
and Bill Atkinson led 
Bedford throughout 
the season. Weston, 
led by Rob Fortune 
and Adam's arch- 
rival Grover Heinz, 
proved to be the 
only team to con- 
quer Bedford. 

The all-league 
meet was on Wayland's home 
turf, and Bedford knew that they 
would be out for revenge. 
Bedford, with the help of Bill 
Atkinson's outstanding per- 



"Runners 
are just 
misunder- 
stood." 

-Brian Hanley 



formance, came in second in 
this meet. 

The team came into the 
Division 4 Eastern Mass. 
Championship with its sights 
low. Due to a great race by 
juniorsChris Welch 

and Brad Geilfuss, 

who came in first 
and second for the 
team, they finished 
sixth inthedivision, 
providing the big- 
gest "disappoint- 
ment" of the sea- 
son in missing 
qualifying for the 
state final by two 

places. With sev- 

eraltalentedunder- 
classmen returning next year, 
Bedford will be the favorite to 
beleaguechampsandtheteam 
looks forward to an incredible 
season. 



The team takes off to a good start at 
the D.C.L. All-League meet. 




110 SPORTS 




Chris Welch flies down another Way- 
land hill after passing the Acton-Box- 
boro runners. 



Front Row: Cheryl Koenig, Bill Atkin- 
son, captainAdam Tobey. Erik 
Cordes, Karrie Armstrong, Amy Woj- 
nar. Back Row: Rachel Campbell, 



Chris Welch. Scott Granowitz, Brad 
Geilfuss, Jack Geilfuss, Chris Blondin, 
Amy Storer, Becky Rosenberg, coach 
Brian Hanley. Missing: Christine An- 
derson. 




SPORTS 111 



Jayson Gilbert! and Paul Doherty 
show their enthusiasm for golf. 



Fan Robin McArdle screanns with 
joy when Luke tells her of the lat- 
est golf victory. 



it was a 



all 



for the golf team 



Enthusiastic and eager to 
beat their opponents, the 
1988 Bedford High School 
Golf Team combined skill and 
spirit to make the season en- 
joyable for all. 

The team was coached by 
Mr. Reynolds, who is known to 
all at the high school as being 
a fun-loving and exciting kind 
of guy. He, along with Co- 
Captains Jayson Gilberti and 
Luke Mclnnis, was always en- 
couraging the players to do 
their best during their games 
and daily practices. 

The team's 4-7 record, im- 
pressive though it may be, 
doesn't tell the whole story. 
The majority of the team's vic- 
tories came at the end of the 
season, which shows how 
their dedication and persis- 
tence throughout the season 
paid off. 

Mr. Reynolds is looking for- 
ward to an even more reward- 
ir g season next year, with the 
return of many promising vet- 
eran players who have the ex- 
perience necessary for victory. 
However, it will be difficult to 
replace the many seniors pres- 
ently making up the bulk of the 
team, who will be graduating 
this year. 



"Golf teaches 
honesty and it's real 
manly." 

-Jayson Gilberti 





GOLF TEAM Bottom Row: Kevin 
Geary, Go-Captain Luke Mclnnis, 
Aaron Finklestein, Paul Doherty. 
Middle Row: Sannir Kapuria, Co- 



Captain Jayson Gilberti, Rob 1 
herty, Mike Giard. Top Row: Sc., 
Venuti, Coach Reynolds, Jon Ruf 



112 SPORTS 



1 



The cheerleaders display one of 
their more difficult formations. 



Taking time out, the cheerleaders 
watch the game. 





giving their 



II 



with a cheer 



"Cheerleading is a 
fun way to show 
spirit." 

-Natalie Whitcomb 




atalie Whitcomb boosts the Bed- 
jrd morale. 



CHEERLEADERS Bottom Row: Ali 

cia DeLuca. Lisa Getty, Co-Captain 
Lia Wheeler, Suzi Ferro. Second 
Row: Lynne Molinari, Jill Oblas, Tara 



Crump, Co-Captain Tracey Manning. 
Top Row: Kelly Callahan, Stephanie 
Miller, Natalie Whitcomb, Ann Bruha, 
Alison Roberts. 



Always spurring the team 
on with their meaningful 
cheers, the Bedford High 
School Cheerleading Squad 
rose to new heights this past 
year. They spent a tremen- 
dous amount of time perfect- 
ing their difficult formations, 
which were exciting and inter- 
esting to witness. A lot of time 
was also spent coming up with 
creative new cheers, which 
were greatly entertaining to 
the crowds at the games and 
pep rallies. 

The thirteen-girl squad, 
coached by Ms. Lisa Manning, 
is made up of five seniors, five 
juniors, two sophomores, and 
one freshman. They all attend- 
ed a camp last summer to 
learn new cheers and mounts, 
and how to work together as a 
squad. 

The Co-Captains, Lia 
Wheeler and Tracey Manning, 
did a great job leading the 
squad in its various activities. 
These included making 
"psych" bags for the teams, 
raising school spirit, and en- 
couraging the players to "give 
it their all." 



SPORTS 113 



Sophomore Liz Welch is setting tor her 
Back Dive. 




inning 



combination 



This was the first year that 
the Bedford High Girls' and 
Boys' swim teams combined 
underthe leadership of Coach 
Sandy fvlaczko and captains 
Ken Pedersen, Alissa Millman, 
and Alain Lave- 
lanet. The switch to 
a co-ed team was 
good for both the 
boys and girls, and, 
if the switch had not 
been made, it is 
probable that both 
teams would have 
suffered. It is pos- 
sible that there 

would not have 

been a boys' team 
because of lack of people, and 
several of the girls who swam 
this year could not have joined 
an all girls team because of the 
conflict with other fall sporls. 
The girls made a strong contri- 
bution to the new co-ed team, 
adding needed depth. Several 



"Close the 
door. It's 
not Nevada." 

-Ken Pedersen 



underclassmen showed great 
promise; Liz Welch was the 
team's strongest diver, and 
qualified for the State Champi- 
onship. 

This was a good year, and 
theteamendedwith 
a5-5 record; it might 
have been 6-4 but 
fora narrow and un- 
expected loss at the 
Dover-Sherborn 
meet. 

The highlight of 
the year was the 
meet with Wayland. 
Bedford and Way- 

land have always 

been strong rivals 
in sports but Bedford had not 
beaten Wayland in a swim 
meet forsevenyears. This year 
the teams were close, and the 
meet's score came down to the 
400 yard relay event, which 
brought victory to Bedford by 
three points (86-83.) 




114 SPORTS 



Freshman Valerie Heimple does her Inward 
Dive, one of her best dives this season. Mid- 
dle: Senior Larry Westcott is just off the start- 
ing block. 



Swim Team. Front: Monica Hunsader, Jen Ashe, 
Melissa Ferro, Captains Ken Pedersen, Alissa Mill- 
man, Alain Lavelanet: Megan Dworshak, Amy 
Storer, Valerie Heimple. 2nd Row: Coach Maczco, 
Frank Welch, Scott Byam, Alex Freeman, Anthony 



Paglia, Rich Axtell, Larry Westcott, Kristen Larsen, 
Aniko Vanderlee. Back: Stephanie Perino, Lynna 
Blasioli, Elizabeth Kleekamp, Linda Zimmer, Seema 
Tiku. 




Junior Jen Ashe and soph- 
omore Amy Storer share a 
joke as they rest for a mo- 
ment. 



Senior captain Ken Pedersen takes his mark 
for yet another first place finish. 



Senior captains Ken Pedersen, Alissa Mill- 
man, Alain Lavelanet with Coach Maczko. 



SPORTS 115 



ouncing 



to victory 



The Boys' Varsity Basketball 
Team brought something new 
to the court this year- a winning 
style. The 1988-89 team made 
everyone at B.H.S. proud as it 
bounced its way to many a 
hard-tought victory. At the time 
of this writing, the 

B.H.S. team was a 

strong contenderfor 
the Dual County 
League Champion- 
ship. 

The strength of the 
■88-'89 basketball 
teamwasclearfrom 
the beginning. As 
the season started, 
the Bucs faced stiff 
opponents who 

were sure to be — 

strong competition. 
In January, as the team met 
the Wayland Warriors, who 
stood first in the league at that 
time, Bedford dominated the 
game. The Bucsdoubled Way- 
land's score during the first half 
and never allowed their rival to 
come closer than twelve points. 



"An exciting 

team to 
watch - great 
potential." 

-Keith Adams 



Bedford floated off the court 
with a 68-50 victory, prompting 
many to comment that it was- 
Bedford's best game ever. 
The Bucs' success can be at- 
tributed to a strong team effort 
and the leadership of captains 
Dan Callahan, Karl 

Farmer, and Taavo 

Godtfredsen. This 
winning combina- 
tion, under the 
skilled guidance of 
Coach Green- 
wood, produced 
spirited and suc- 
cessful games. 

One of the sea- 
son's highlights 
came February 5, 

when senior Dan 

Callahan broke the 
thousand point mark. Dan 
was the third Bedford student 
ever to achieve this distinction, 
and his record is particularly 
impressive in light of the fact 
that he missed sixteen games 
of the '87-'88 season due to in- 
jury. 



Dan Callahan makes a baseline move. 



116 SPORTS 




Varsity Boys' Basketball, 1989. Front 
Row: Sam Panzeri, Tri-Captains Taavo 
Godtfredsen, Dan Callahan, Karl Farmer. 
Back Row: Scott Albani, Jim McGovern, 
Sheldon Maloney, Dennis Taylor, Liam 
Hurley, Mike Giard, Tom Lentine, Coach 
Greenwood. 



Left: Karl Farmer, base- 
line jumper. 

Right: Jim McGovern 
passes the corner. 
"Tight D." 



Time out - a strategy session with Coach 
Greenwood. 



SPORTS 117 




hooting 



for the top 



The 1988-89 season brought 
a lot of changes to the Girls' 
Varsity Basketball Team. Mr 
Pateulia, who had been the 
head coach for several years, 
did not return thisyear. Hewas 
replaced by the former Junior 
Varsity Coacli, Mrs. 

Maureen Sullivan. 

This was her first 
season as a head 
Varsity coach, but 
she proved to be fit 
forthejob. Inherde- 
but, she led the girls 
through a success- 
ful season. 

A decrease in the 
number of players 

resultedinadditional 

changes in 'BB-'Sg. 
As always, a Junior Varsity 
team was formed, but it soon 
became evident that it could 
not survive with so few players 
and was dissolved. Atthistime, 
the new Junior Varsity Coach, 
Miss Kenoyer, became the 
Assistant Varsity Coach. 



"Basketball 
is one of 
Pete's car- 
diovascular 
games." 

-Leslie Fryer 



Despite all these changes, 
the Girls' Varsity Basketball 
Teamwas able to pull through, 
and overall had a very good 
season. Its exciting victory over 
Lincoln-Sudbury and surpris- 
ing loss to Newton-South are 
two examples of 

ttie memorable 

games played this 
year, never to be 
forgotten. 

With the return of 
five Varsity players 
and the addition of 
many others, the 
Lady Bucs pre- 
sented a strong 
team characterized 

by speed, height, 

and agility. The 
team's senior tri-captains, 
HeatherDoughty, Leslie Fryer, 
and Angela Corea, all skillful 
players in their own right, did a 
great job in leading and en- 
couraging the girls. Each 
player's contributions led to 
the success of the team 




Coach Sullivan psyches up the team , 
before a game. 



118 SPORTS 



GIRLS VARSITY BASKET- 
BALL Front Row: Christine 
Cronin. Tri-Captain Heather 
Doughty, Tri-Captain Leslie 
Fryer. Tri-Captain Angela 
Corea. Liz Boehm Back Row: 
Coach Sulli\--yi, Denise Proud- 
foot. Cheryl Koenig. Carolyn 
Sarno, Tricia McGovern. Kim 
Mello. Sarah Griffin. Lisa Peco- 
ra, Assistant Coach Kenoyer 




Kim Mello decides to sit out for a break. 
Angela Corea streaks by an opposing player. 



Tri-Captains Heather Doughty, Leslie Fryer, and An- 
gela Corea smile over their victory. 

Tricia McGovern heckles the other team's player 
because she's holding the ball. 




SPORTS 119 



Craig O'Brien concentrates on 
the faceoff. 




the icemen 

ometh 



Tom Griffiths returned to 
Bedford Hockey \h\s year, this 
time as head coach. With his 
help and the help of assistant 
coaches Jim Griffithaand Mike 
Donahue, co-captains Ryan 
Cardoos and Craig O'Brien 
rallied the hardwork- 
ing Bedford Bucs 

againstatough DCL 
league. Goalie Dave 
Pease stood strong 
in the net with a 
sporadic but poten- 
tially potent offense 
led by the O'Brien 
brothers, Ryan Car- 
doos, MattO'Malley, 
Steve Mead, Russ 
Harrington, Todd 
fvleivin and Tom 
Sullivan. Todd Melvin led the 
aggressive Bedford style with 
hard hitting Cardoos and 
O'Brien. The strong defensive 
squad under assistant coach 
Mike Donahue was always 



"Great Save 
Dave!" 

-Coach Tom 
Griffiths 



which many times neutralized 
Bedford's powerlul opposition. 
Thetough and ever-ready Peter 
Shamon, powerful Rob 
Ahern, digger Rob Doherty and 
speedy Mark Aives were al- 
ways present to drive fear into 
the hearts of oppo- 

nents. Newcomer 

Ivan Wood was the 
only freshman on 
the team and 
proved to be a hard 
worker. Dave Isa- 
belle valiantly de- 
fended the net and 
did remarkably well 
for his first year 
tending net. Craig 
Mahar and John 
Dillen were always 
helping the effort on and off the 
ice. In spite of its limited expe- 
rience, the tough team rallied 
its way through the season. 
This young team will be fight- 
ing back for years to come in 



ready with an offensive punch, the Bedford High tradition. 



Mike Serra unleashes his powerful 
slapshot. 




120 SPORTS 



The masked man, Matt O'Malley, reaches 
for the puck. 



Team Captains Ryan and 
Craig smile with Coach Tom 
Griffiths, and Assistant 
Coaches Jim Griffiths and 
Mike Donahue. 




Varsity Hockey Team Front Row: 

Manager Linda Donaldson, Russ Har- 
rington, John Dillen, Ryan Cardoos, 
Craig O'Brien, Tom Sullivan, Manager 
Jen Duran. Second Row: Assistant 
Coach Mike Donahue, Steve Mead, 



Scott O'Brien, Ivan Wood, Coach 
Thomas Griffiths. Third Row: Dave 
Isabelle, Mark Alves, Peter Shamon, 
Rob Ahern. Todd Melvin, Mike Serra, 
Rob Doherty. Fourth Row: Assistant 
Coach Jim Gifffiths. 



SPORTS 121 





tracks 



The BHS Ski Team had to 
contend with almost snowless 
slopes this year. The m.em- 
bers of the boys' and girls' 
combined downhill and cross- 
country teams planned to 
compete infourslalomandfour 
cross-GOu ntry 

meets, but the 

cross-country meets 
scheduledfor Janu- 
ary 5 and January 
12 were cancelled 
for lack ofsnow. 

Under captains 
Dana Larsen, Kim 
Farmer, Allen 
Jones, and Nick 

Stefanidakis, the 

team improved 
greatly. Distinctive in their 
yellow-and-pink neon jackets, 
the girls finished consistently 
and the boys also did well. In 
downhill, Dana Larsen and 
Kim Farmerwerethetop skiers 
for the girls, and Eric and Josh 
Berman led for the boys. At 



"The lack of 
snow has 
been pretty 
disappoint- 
ing." 

-Nick Stefanidakis 



the time of this writing. Coach 
Ed Machado was confident 
that the team would continue to 
improve, and expected Dana 
Larsen to make states. 

The team would like to thank 
its coach, who had a great in- 
fluence on all of the 

new and old skiers. 

The Boys' Track 
Teamwascoached 
by Al Dougherty 
and led by Erik 
Cordes and Brian 
Smith. This was 
basically a year for 
re-building and the 
teamdid not expect 
to set any new rec- 
ords. The sopho- 
mores and juniors who gained 
experience this year will pro- 
vide a strong foundation for 
next year's team. 

Brian Smith was the team's 
best sprinter, and Chris Blondin 
did well in the long distance 
events. 




Scott "Lenny" Granowitz demonstrat 
proper sit-up technique. 



122 SPORTS 



Kim Farmer and John Goodarz set out 
for the slopes. 



Ski Team. Front: Roger Gaul, Pat 
Kelliher, Anne Ricci, Eva Saez More- 
no, Dana Larsen, Allen Jones, Kim 
Farmer, Nick Stefanidakis, Eric Ger- 
man. Second RowGian Brunelleschi, 
Brian Lenz, Erin Fehlau, Lynnette 
Blanchard. Mike Kwiatowski, Michelle 



Boisvert, Josh Berman, Sean Dear- 
dorff, Ian Glomski, Mike Huffman, Di- 
ana Ricci. BackrCoach Ed Machado, 
Eileen Shaughnessy, Sara Puffer, Hol- 
ly Grey, John Goodarz, Heather Jehle, 
Jessica Garrison, Kristen Pugh, Mark 
Watkins, Dave Holtzman. 




Above. Indoor Teack Team. 

Front:Chris Welch, Brian Smith, Erik 
Cordes, Will Martin, Franklin Cotton. 
Middle Row: Josh Berman, Lennox 
Chase, Dana Parks, Brad Geilfuss, 
Mark Gallant, Scott Granowitz. Back: 
Coach Al Dougherty, Mark Gray, Mike 



Jarvis, Tim McNeany, Ken Dougherty, 
Nia Meyer, Jack Geilfuss, Chris 
Blondin. 

Middle picture: Brian Smith barely 
outruns Mark Gray in the 45 meter 
dash. 



SPORTS 123 



aiming 



igh 



The membersof the Bedford 
High School Rifle Team 
showed that they were true 
champions by retaining the 
championship cup this year. 
The team had the support of 
some returning vet- 
erans, as well as 
some surprising 
newcomers. In ad- 
dition to its champi- 
onship status, the 
team broke the 900 
point barrier for the 
first time in fifteen 
years. The team flage." 
would like to express -Jayson Gilberti 

its thanks to Coach 

Dick Dyer for his 



"Rifle team 
has given me 
a good ex- 
cuse to wear 
my camou- 



enlhusiastic support and his after 
ability to lead the team to an- training office, 
other championship season. 



Other sports enthusiasts who 
continually aim high are the 
athletic trainers. Under the 
tutelage of Pete Cacciola, these 
devoted students attend ath- 
letic events to offer encourage- 
ment, support and 

a wide variety of 

articles from their 
green boxes which 
hold tape and ice 
packs. The ath- 
letes at Bedford 
High School appre- 
ciate Pete and his 
staff for always 
being there when 
~ needed, either at 
a sports event or 
school in the athletic 





Senior Bill Putney tal<es aim in the 
offhand position. 



124 SPORTS 



4i 





Sophomore John Goodpaster sharpens VARSITY RIFLE TEAM Front ond Row:Chris Hirsh, Eric Young, 

his prone skills to razor sharp perfection. Row: Manager Mark Chen, John Coach Dick Dyer, Captain Jayson 

Coach Dick Dyer and Team Captain Jay- Goodpaster, Kevin Durus, Eric Gilberfi, and Brian Seidman. 

son Gilberti of the 1988-1989 Rifle Team. Packer, and Jason Eldridge. Sec- 




Pete Cacciola laughs with Lisa Peccora as he adjusts the whirlpool used for 
sports therapy. 



SPORTS 125 



■ 



TO REMEMBER 



pring 



sports 




Girls' Tennis. Front:Diana Ricci, 
Becky Wolf. Courtney Eagles, Kitty 
Rosewall, Nicole Jannis, Back:Judy 
Galani, Karen Holmstead. Dana Lar- 
sen, Liz Kleekamp, Adrian Wood, Hol- 
ly Stockdale, Anne Ricci, Amy Bor- 
shay. 



Boys' Tennis. Front:Jeff Udell, Tom 
Lentine, Jamie Lewis, Don Giard, Bri- 
an Kern.Back:Chris Theophile. Eric 
Packer, Liam Hurley, Taavo Godtfred- 
sen, Sean Deardorff, Dave Boschetto, 
Chris Welch, Brian Seidman. 



Softball. Front:Karen Lipczer, 
Heather Doughty, Leslie Fryer, Robin 
McArdle, Chrissy Cronin. Back:Lisa 
Pecora, Heather Carlton. Jen Raffa. 
Stephanie Sheets, Holly Grey. 



Baseball. Front: Jon Russo, Dan Cal- 
lahan, Rich Fedele, Dave Zampese. 
Back:Dave Hollis. Dennis Taylor. 
Scott Venuti. 



126 SPORTS 



Girls' Track. Front:Kim Farmer, Pam 
Miller, Laurie Tomczykowski, Liz 
Boehm, Kathy Schowalter. Second 
Row: Amy Andrade, Megan Dwor- 
shak. Michelle Boisvert, Lynette Blan- 
chard. Liz Welch, Jen Cohen, Amy 



Storer. Third Row: Lynne Molinari, 
Christine Anderson, Julie Harley, Nat- 
alie Whitcomb, Rachel Campbell. 
Christine Hamel. Julie Merrill, Jamie 
Bailey. Back:Maureen Worth. Amy 
Wojnar, Karrie Armstrong, Sarah Grif- 
fin, Andrea Griffin. 



Boys' Track. Front:Brad Geilfuss, 
Ken Pedersen, Adam Tobey. Erik 
Cordes, Scott Granowitz. Second 
Row: Franklin Cotton, Jack Geilfuss, 



Josh Berman. Lennox Chase. Nadav 
Kupiec, Jayson Gilberti.Back:Chris 
Blondin. Rich Ferrett. Doug Orlando, 
Jim Hunt, Dwayne Sharpe. 




icrosse. Front: John Curran, Paul 
onin, Brian Smith, Tommy Sullivan, 
an Cardoos, Alain Lavelanet, Jon 
imby, Eric Berman. Back:Will Mar- 



tin, Brian Lenz, Dan Couto, Jim Mc- 
Govern, Luke Mclnnis, Chris Zellner, 
Mike Jarvis, Allen Jones. 




SPORTS 127 




SPORTS 129 



SPORTS 



GIRLS' SOCCER 



9/13 


Bedford- 1 


Wayland-5 


9/15 


Bedford- 1 


Acton-3 


9/19 


Bedford-5 


Boston-Latin-1 


9/23 


Bedford-0 


Weston- 1 


9/26 


Bedford-2 


Littleton-1 


9/28 


Bedford-0 


Concord-3 


9/30 


Bedford-3 


Newton-Soutfi-0 


10/5 


Bedford-0 


Lincoln-Sudbury-4 


10/7 


Bedford-2 


Wayland-2 


10/12 


Bedford- 1 


Acton-5 


10/13 


Bedford-2 


Tewksbury-2 


10/14 


Bedford-8 


Boston-Latin-1 


10/19 


Bedford-0 


Weston-0 


10/21 


Bedford-0 


Concord-5 


10/24 


Bedford-5 


Nortfi Reading-1 


10/25 


Bedford-3 


Newton-Soutfi-1 


10/27 


Bedford-0 


Lincoln-Sudbury-3 





CROSS COUNTRY 


9/13 


Bedford- 16 


Newton-Southi-49 


9/20 


Bedford- 19 


Lincoln-Sudbury-42 


9/27 


Bedford-24 


Concord-35 


10/4 


Bedford-39 


Weston-20 


10/12 


Bedford- 15 


Boston-Latin-50 


10/18 


Bedford-28 


Acton-Boxborough- 
29 


10/25 


Bedford-24 


Wayland-31 


11/3 


DCL All-League Meet 2nd Place 
Girls-7th Place DCL 



GOLF TEAM 



9/15 

9/20 
9/22 
9/26 

9/27 
9/29 
10/3 

10/6 
10/11 

10/13 

10/17 
10/18 



Bedford-2 




Lincoln-Sudbury- 






10 


Bedford-2 


1/2 


Concord-9 1/2 


Bedford- 11 




Newton-Soutfi-1 


Bedford- 1 


1/2 


Boston-Latin-1 1 






1/2 


Bedford-3 




Acton-9 


Bedford-4 


1/2 


Wayland-7 1/2 


Bedford-0 




Lincoln-Sudbury- 






12 


Bedford- 1 


1/2 


Concord 10 1/2 


Bedford- 10 1/2 


Newton-Soutfi-1 






1/2 


Bedford-5 


1/2 


Boston-Latin-6 






1/2 


Bedford-5 




Acton-7 


Bedford-7 


1/2 


Wayland-4 1/2 






BOYS' SOCCER 


9/13 


Bedford-2 


Wayland-1 


9/15 


Bedford- 1 


Acton-Boxborougfi-0 


9/16 


Bedford-3 


Lexington Cfiristian-0 


9/19 


Bedford- 1 1 


Boston-Latin-1 


9/23 


Bedford- 1 


Weston-3 


9/28 


Bedford-3 


Concord-3 


9/30 


Bedford-4 


Newton-Soutfi-3 


10/5 


Bedford- 1 


Lincoln-Sudbury-2 


10/7 


Bedford- 1 


Wayland-1 


10/10 


Bedford-0 


Clielnnsford-0 


10/12 


Bedford-2 


Acton-Boxborough- 1 


10/14 


Bedford-3 


Boston-Latin-0 


10/19 


Bedford-2 


Weston- 1 


10/21 


Bedford-0 


Concord-4 


10/25 


Bedford-3 


Newton-South- 1 


10/27 


Bedford-0 


Lincoln-Sudbury-1 


11/1 


Bedford- 1 


Cfielmford-1 



FOOTBALL 



9/16 
9/24 
9/30 
10/7 



Bedford-7 
Bedford-3 
Bedford-7 
Bedford-8 



10/14 Bedford-0 



Westford-9 

Boston-Latin-8 

Sudbury-42 

Acton-28 

Wayland-25 



10/22 Bedford-23 Newton-Soutfi-6 

10/28 Bedford-24 Weston-12 

11/4 Bedford-12 Hudson-27 

11/11 Bedford-0 Dracut-27 

11/24 Bedford- 14 Concord-45 



FIELD HOCKEY 



9/13 

9/15 

9/19 

9/23 

9/27 

9/29 

10/4 

10/6 

10/10 

10/12 

10/14 

10/18 

10/20 

10/25 

10/27 

10/28 



Bedford-0 
Bedford- 1 
Bedford-0 
Bedford-0 
Bedford- 1 
Bedford-0 
Bedford-0 
Bedford-0 
Bedford-0 
Bedford- 1 
Bedford-0 
Bedford-0 
Bedford-0 
Bedford-0 
Bedford-0 
Bedford-0 



Sudbury-0 

Concord-2 

Newton Nortfi-1 

Weston-2 

Newton-Soutfi-0 

Acton-Boxborough-5 

Wayland-1 

Sudbury-3 

Lexington- 1 

Concord- 1 

Newton Nortfi-1 

Weston-4 

Newton-Southi-O 

Acton- 1 

Wayland-2 

Lexington-1 



130 SPORTS 



SCORES 



BOYS' BASKETBALL 



12/14 


Bedford 


85 


Sfiawsheen Tech-54 


12/16 


Bedford 


61 


Dracut-47 


12/27 


Bedford 


64 


Hudson-51 


12/29 


Bedford 


64 


Westford-65 


12/30 


Bedford 


77 


Shawsheen Tecfi-47 


1/4 


Bedford 


51 


Sudbury-68 


1/6 


Bedford 


68 


Newton-South-70 


1/10 


Bedford 


47 


Bostori-Latin-38 


1/13 


Bedford 


54 


Concord-29 


1/17 


Bedford 


68 


Wayland-50 


1/20 


Bedford 


68 


Weston-62 


1/24 


Bedford 


63 


Acton-55 


1/27 


Bedford 


55 


Sudbury-64 


1/31 


Bedford 


73 


Newton-South-60 



HOCKEY 



12/17 


Bedford-4 


Newton-South-6 


12/19 


Bedford-0 


Dracut-10 


12/26 


Bedford- 1 


Lexington-9 


12/30 


Bedford-2 


Boston-Latin-9 


1/4 


Bedford-0 


Sudbury- 1 1 


1/7 


Bedford-2 


Newton-South-5 


1/11 


Bedford-3 


Wayland-3 


1/14 


Bedford-0 


Concord-10 


1/18 


Bedford- 1 


Actori-13 


1/21 


Bedford- 1 


Weston-2 


1/28 


Bedford- 1 


Sudbury-8 


2/4 


Bedford-5 


Wayland-3 




\1 



RIFLE TEAM 



1/3 


Bedford-886 


Gloucester-854 


1/5 


Bedford-892 


New Bedford-645 


1/10 


Bedford-847 


Braintree-854 


1/17 


Bedford-881 


fvlalden-742 


1/19 


Bedford-874 


New Bedford-718 


1/24 


Bedford-878 


Gloucester-835 


1/26 


Bedford-901 


Braintree-864 


2/2 


Bedford- 


Gloucester- 



INDOOR TRACK 



12/16 Bedford-27 

Lincoln-Sudbury-46 
Acton-Boxboroughi-80 

1/7 Bedford-55 
Wayland-85 
Newton-South- 13 

1/21 Bedford-71 
fvlarian-60 
Boston-Latin- 15 

1/28 Bedford-42 
Weston-44 





SKI TEAM 


1/10 


Bedford-Girls 2-4 




Boys 0-7 


1/17 


Bedford-Girls 2-4 




Boys 0-7 


1/31 


Bedford-Girls 2-4 




Boys 0-7 




GIRLS' BASKETBALL 



12/14 


Bedford-43 


Arlington Catholic-50 


12/20 


Bedford-50 


Bromfield-54 


12/27 


Bedford-43 


Hudson-19 


12/28 


Bedford-58 


Stoneham-59 


1/4 


Bedford-50 


Sudbury-48 


1/6 


Bedford-50 


Newton-South-52 


1/10 


Bedford-4 1 


Boston-Latin-73 


1/13 


Bedford-45 


Concord-58 


1/17 


Bedford-59 


Wayland-53 


1/20 


Bedford-44 


Weston-43 


1/24 


Bedford-5 1 


Acton-62 


1/27 


Bedford-61 


Sudbury-53 


1/31 


Bedford-68 


Newton-South-43 



SWIM TEAM 



12/13 


Bedford 


97 


Newton-South-74 


1/4 


Bedford 


75 


Weston-97 


1/5 


Bedford 


73 


Concord-99 


1/9 


Bedford 


•84 


Leominster-72 


1/18 


Bedford 


70 


Sudbury-98 


1/26 


Bedford 


84 


Boston-Latin-79 


1/30 


Bedford 


86 


Wayland-83 


2/1 


Bedford 


■85 


Dover-Sherborn-87 


2/2 


Bedford 


-90 


Milford-82 


2/7 


Bedford 


-61 


Acton -109 



SPORTS 131 




STUDENT LIFE 




Ultra-Sp 



"Senior year 
is just . . . 
too much!" 

-Dave 
Kelleher 



"I'd rather be 
sleeping." 

-Jeff 
Campagna 
(Junior) 



rited Upperclassmen 



Travis Hanson shows the seniors' pride in having won hall 
decorating for three years in a row. 



134 STUDENT LIFE 




Will Martin psyches up the crowd at the Homecoming pep 

rally. 

Seniors Ben McAllister, Roxanne Hannon, and 
Kristen Hovde show off their winning hall. Senior 

Seasons. 




The upperclassmen 
this year were a very 
spirited bunch. A lot of 
this spirit is credited to 
the class officers and ad- 
visors, Mr. Maxwell and 
Mrs. Guilage represent- 
ing the seniors, and Ms. 
Hanley representing the 
juniors. They helped to 
sponsor many fun- 
draisers for their respec- 
tive classes, including 
candy sales and dances. 
They also encouraged 
class spirit and involve- 
ment in several class-re- 
lated activities, including 
the Tournament of Plays 
and hall decorating, as 
well as lots of involve- 
ment during spirit week. 

Being upperclassmen, 
there were more class- 
related activities for 
these students to be- 
come involved in. There 
was a lot of participation 
among both classes in 
Powder Puff football, 
which both boys and 
girls took part in. Many 
also attended the Junior- 
Senior Semi-Formal, 
which was an enjoyable 
evening for everyone 
there. And, of course, 
nearly all helped with 
decorating for the prom, 
which brought everyone 
involved together to plan 
for that special night. 



The junior class works hard on their 
hall, "Sesame Street." 



Spirited juniors cheer for their class 
at the pep rally. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Front Row: 

Prom Chairpeople: Mary Kate Hanley, 
Jen Raffa. Pam Taylor Back Row: 
Secretary Camarie Clark. Vice President 
Nicole King, President Lennox Ctiase, 
Treasurer Tammy Coriaty, Class Advisor 
Ms. Maureen Hanley. 



STUDENT LIFE 135 



The Best Is Yet To Come! 



"Being a class 
officer is fun, but 
it's hard work to 

keep this class 
together." - Dave 
Boschetto 



"It's a great 
responsibility to 

be class 
president, but 
enjoy the 
power!" - 
Daymion Smith 




136 STUDENT LIFE 



Theresa Concannon dreams of living to be 
1 15 years old. 



Dave Zampese uses a Santa suit to get girls to sit on his lap. 



The Sophomore elves Lynnette Blanchard, 
Jamie Asbedian, Sascha Korek. Tom Ches- 
ter, Kyle Gelormini, Liz Welch. Jen Cohen, 
Dave Boschetto, and Marl< Watkins take a 
break from all of the merriment. 




This year has been 
very successful for the 
Freshman and Sopho- 
more classes. All of the 
classes participated in 
Hall Decorating, and this 
year marked an all time 
high in quality. The 
Sophomores, with their 
wintery Christmas Won- 
derland, walked away 
with a very impressive 
second. The Freshman's 
ghoulish theme was that 
of a "Nightmare in C- 
wing." Though their ef- 
forts were great, all I can 
say is "better luck next 
year". 

The Sophomores are 
continuing the year with 
a silver jewelry sale in 
time for Christmas and 
the Freshman are in- 
creasing their budget 
with, surprise, surprise, a 
candy sale! We have to 
credit the Sophomores 
with a little originality. 
Good luck to both 
classes! 

Tricia McGovern and Heather Sewall 
take a break from vandalizing the win- 
dows In Upper C-wing with "snow- 
flakes" to invite all passers-by to join 
them in their magical Winter Wonder- 
land. Little did they know that their 
overwhelming generousity would be 
overlooked and that they would not 
receive the first-prize they all felt they 
deserved. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS- 
Class Advisor-Mr Milliken Secre- 
tary-Jen Cohen, President-Dave 
Boschetto, Vice-Presldent-Jamie 
Asbedian. Treasurer-Lynnette 
Blanchard 

FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 
(not shown) Class Advisor- Miss 
Mehrle, Secretary- Anita Buman, 
President- Damion Smith, Vice- 
President- Maurreen Colliton, Trea- 
surer- Michelle DiNisco 



STUDENT LIFE 137 




Spirit Week 



"It was fun but we 
should have won." 
-Sophomore Judy 
Galani on Hall 
Decorating 



"It gets you out of 
G period on 
Friday." 

-Jeff Campagna on 
Spirit Week 



"I like Spirit Week. 
It breaks up that 
long stretch of 
school between 
September and 
Thanksgiving." 

-Mrs. Byron 



The annual celebration of 
Buc pride, otherwise known 
as Spirit Week, was a great 
success this year due to 
Hall Decorating, Blue and 
White Day, the pep rally, 
and Homeconning. 

"Decking the Halls" was 
the first activity of the week 
to spark a lot of interest. 
The seniors depicted the 
seasons of the school year, 
the juniors recreated Sesa- 
me Street, the sophomores 
decorated with Christmas 
cheer, and the freshman 
chose a Halloween theme. 

Blue and White Day par- 
ticipants sported painted 
faces, ties, hats, and other- 
wise blue and white outfits, 
as well as team uniforms for 
those in fall sports. The 
highlight of this day was the 
G-period pep rally. The 
amount of spirit and class 



pride set this one apart; 
many agreed it was the 
best in four years. 

Second place for the 
decorating contest was giv- 
en to the sophomores. 
Then, all Mr. Maxwell had to 
say was, "This must be 
some kind of a record..." 
before the senior section 
exploded. They had won 
this competition three years 
in a row. 

The homecoming football 
game took place that night 
and, at halftime, ten candi- 
dates for King and Queen 
were introduced. The 
guessing was finally over, 
and Heather Doughty and 
Tom Sullivan were 
crowned. To top off the 
night and the week, the 
football team went on to 
win its game 24-12. 





Sara Puffer and Leslie Fryer 
show their school spirit. 



Judy Galani plays with the crepe 
paper during Hall Decorating. 



138 STUDENT LIFE 



Heading For a Showdown 



"Except for the 
uniforms, which are 
not exactly flattering 
on most people, 
Marching Band is a 
lot of fun." 

-Marc Galvan 



"Marching onto the 
field and playing my 
drums for a cheering 
is really exciting." 
-Brian Bradshaw 



"Marching Band has 
been a very 
enjoyable experience 
for me- except for 
those early morning 
Saturday and Sunday 
practices, which 
were kind of a 
nightmare." 

-Leah Benson 



140 STUDENT LIFE 



This year, the Bedford High 
School Marching Band boasts 
a new director, Mr. Steven 
Barbas, and an exciting and 
innovative field show. 

The show opens with the ex- 
citing nunnber "Showdown," 
then continues through the en- 
tertaining "Linus and Lucy" 
from the "Peanuts" television 
show. The band front feature, 
"A Night in Tunisia," follows, 
during which the majorettes 
and the flag squad do their 
complicated feature routines. 
The show then concludes with 
the dramatic "Empire of the 
Sun," which includes some 
color guard solos. 

The band has done very well 
in competition this year. They 
captured the bronze medal at 
the MICA Band Competition in 
October, impressing the 
crowd with their ability and fi- 
nesse. They were also rated a 
4+ on a scale of 5-10 at the 
Abington Band Jamboree. 

It has been a very success- 
ful season with Mr. Barbas, 
whose new and impressive 
ideas for the band have been 
quite successful. 





"Nadav, I told you that I wanted a 
coke!" 



Which side of Mark does the ba 
enjoy watching mor 



The BHS Band performs their season opener, 
"Showdown," for a gold medal. 



Could Mike Durkin be more excited about the band's half- 
time show? 





MARCHING BAND Front: Karrie 
Armstrong, Kathy Hurd, Christine 
Anderson, Rob Donaldson, John 
Tanzer, Brian Bradshaw, Maureen 
Worth, George Clayton. Second 
Row: Drum Major Mark Gordon, 
Mike Durkin, Lyz Galani, Cindy 
Rivinius, Angle Ditore, Pam 
Taylor, Heather Carlton, Nancy 
Saunders, Jenn Ashe, Lori 
Goodwin, Drum Major Gretchen 
Gerbrands. Third Row: Donna 
Coughlan, Gina Corea, Patricia 
Weinfurt, Judy Galani, Kristen 
Pugh, Rachel Meyers, Kitty 
Rosewall, Andria Pomponi, Jack 
Geilfuss, Katharine Freeman, 
Kerry Mills, Alex Freeman, Julie 
McMahan, Pat Kelliher, Amy 
Wojnar, Suzanne Wright, Chris 
Rhodes, Mike Stein, Beckie 
Rosenberg, Laurie Sheflin, Marc 
Galvan, Sandra Sabetty, Jonathan 
Koop, Gretchen Ela, Erin Fehlau, 
Kevin Duris, Diana Ricci, Liz 
Boehm, Nadav Kupiec, Linda 
Zimmer, Lisa Cadotte, Brad 
Geilfuss, Tanya Kirkland, Eileen 
Hartwell, Heather Campoli. 
Fourth Row: Michelle Dee, Liz 
Kleekamp, Krysha Spiewak, Laura 
Martell, Karen Holmstead, Angela 
Corea, Michelle Kenney, Beth 
Green, Lisa Berkowitz, Anne 
Ricci, Roxanne Hannon, Theresa 
Concannon. 



141 STUDENT LIFE 



It's All Peanuts to Them 



"It's a great feeling to 
be performing in front 
of a cheering crowd, 
hearing the applause." 
-Cindy Rivinius 



"Flag squad is really 
fun. It's a good way to 
get involved in school 
activities and for 
meeting 

upperclassmen." 

-Theresa Concannon 



"It makes me feel 
proud to know that I 
can lift spirits at a 
game, even when 
we're not winning." 

-Lori Goodwin 



The five-star color guard at 
the high school this year has 
combined many forms of en- 
tertainment to make the half- 
time routines varied and 
exciting. 

The majorettes, under the 
direction of coach Judy Jones, 
twirled batons and swing 
flags, and did a routine with 
wooden "Peanuts" charac- 
ters cut-outs. Captain Heather 
Carlton also performed a fire- 
baton solo at each show's 
finale. 

Coached by Paula Gullage, 
the flag squad performed their 
various routines with many dif- 
ferent kinds of flags. Roxanne 
Hannon, the squad captain, 
also performed a flag solo at 
the conclusion of each show. 



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142 STUDENT LIFE 




MAJORETTES Front: Captain Heather 
Carlton, Alternate Donna Couglan, 
Assistant Captain Pam Taylor. Second 
Row: Diane Olsen. Cindy Rivinius, Lyz 
Galani. Top Row: Jenn Ashe. Lori 
Goodwin, Nancy Saunders. 




FLAG SQUAD Front: Assistant Captain 
Beth Green, Captain Roxanne Hannon. 
Second Row: Theresa Concannon, 
Ginny Magno, Anne Ricci, Lisa Berkowitz, 
Krysha Spiewak, Third Row: Michelle 
Dee. Liz Kleekamp. Karen Holmstead. 
Laura Martell, Angela Corea, Michelle 
Kenney. 



Senior majorettes Lyz Galani, Angle Ditore, Diane Olsen, Cindy Rivinius, and 
Heather Carlton take time out for a break. 

STUDENT LIFE 143 



Under the Watchful Eyes 



"... we're the future 
builders, builders in a 
band and we come 
from Girls' State, the 
best state in the land! 
Rah! Rah! Rah!" 

-A Girls' Stater 



"The Air Force 
Junior ROTC Drill 
Team has given me 
the chance to meet 
friends whom I will 
never forget." 
-Angela Renauld 



"Boys' State has 
made me appreciate 
the government 
system in this country, 
and the freedom we 
possess." 

-Taavo Godtfredsen 



The Bedford High 
School Drill Team con- 
sists of an elite group of 
ROTC students who are 
willing to practice long 
hours so they can be 
successful in precision 
drill maneuvers. In each 
of the four yearly compe- 
titions, the team com- 
petes against approxi- 
mately fifteen other 
Massachusetts schools. 
Using World War II fvll ri- 
fles, the team competes 
under the watchful eyes 
of tough examiners in 
four different categories: 
Female Individual Drill 



Regulation, Male Individ- 
ual Drill Regulation, Co- 
ed Drill Team and Team 
Drill Regulation. In the 
second drill competition 
of the season, Bedford's 
Drill Team Commander, 
Scott Malo, received a 
third place medal for his 
performance in Individ- 
ual Drill Regulation. 

The team would like to 
express its thanks to 
Chief Braga for his sup- 
port and guidance. 

Angela, Jen, Cindy, and 
Christy prepare for 
competition. 






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ROTC DRILL TEAM Front Row: Rachel 
Ciouse, Louie Black, Rachel Campbell, Chris 
Hirsh, and Angela Renauld. Second Row: Sa- 

prina Harris, Jen Ziemba, Cindy Lenz, and Zeno- 



bia Harris. Third Row: Frank Reaves, Justice 
Bishop, Jeff Udell, Scott Malo, and James Com- 
batelli. Missing Christy Brooks. Donna Cough- 
Ian, and Rafael Rivera. 



144 STUDENT LIFE 




BOYS' STATE AND GIRLS' STATE 1988: Jim McGovern, 
Taavo Godtfredsen. Travis Hanson, Laura Martell, Dana 
Larsen and Christine Anderson. 
Chrissy and her friends from the "Town of Faith." 



Taavo, upholding the Boys' 
State tradition of being a 
helpful citizen. 
A reminder of Girls' State. 




Each year the American 
Legion Auxiliary invites stu- 
dents to attend Girls' and 
Boys' State. For one week 
these students learn about 
our government by forming 
their own. Students partici- 
pate on all levels from post- 
master to Governor. Both 
Girls' and Boys' State split 
up their participants into 
cities and towns. Each 
community is watched by a 
egioneer -many who are ex 
Boys or Girls Staters- who 
will explain the election and 
government differences be- 
tween towns and cities. 
They also help run elections 
for either Selectmen or a 
Mayor. Participants are 
also divided into political 



parties to demonstrate how 
the two party system 
works. The week is filled 
with Senate and House 
hearings where the two par- 
ties meet to discuss issues, 
rallies, debates, campaign- 
ing and elections. The cam- 
paigning ends on Wednes- 
day with the election and 
inaugaration of the 
Governor. 

The week at Girls' or 
Boys' State is not entirely 
work, there is plenty of time 
to relax, make friends and 
plan for the annual talent 
show. Overall Girls' and 
Boys' State is whatever one 
wants it to be, and it is de- 
finatly an experience one 
will not forget. 



College of Out Lady of the Elms 



STUDENT LIFE 145 



46 



"Every day I live 
out my dream, 
by playing the 
cello." 

-Taavo 
Godtfredsen 



"Wind is a great 
opportunity for 
those who have 
the talent." 

-Judy Galani 



"The best part of 
Wind is the 
trumpet section" 
-Brian Mayer 



Front Row: John Goodpaster, Andria Pomponi, Eric Packer, Eileen Shaughness 
Second Row: Cindy Rivinius, Brian Kern, Kitty Rosewall, Mike Stein, Taavo Goc 
fredsen, Stephanie Kyvelos, Samir Kapuria, Lester Pullen. Yung-Hsin Chen. Bac 
Row: Scott Anderson, Karrie Armstrong. John Goodarz. 





The Wind Ensemble is a 
challenging level 5 music 
course for the extremely tal- 
ented and dedicated student 
of music. These accomplished 
musicians have many obliga- 
tions they are expected to ful- 
fill in order to obtain credit for 
the course. These include par- 
ticipating in the marching 
band and performing in three 
concerts. 

Equally as important are the 
string musicians and Wind En- 
semble members who make 
up the BHS Orchestra and the 
consistently improving Con- 
cert Band. They also both of- 
fer their performances in all 
school concerts and receive 
the opportunity to perform 
with the always popular Jazz 
Ensemble. 

Something not to be over- 
looked is the rigorous practice 
schedule that all music stu- 
dents must maintain. They 
have all worked hard to boost 
the music department to the 
level at which it is recognized. 



Danielle Trembley Smiles as she looks forward to playing her flute. 




146 STUDENT LIFE 



Upbeat 




Gretchen Gerbrands and Kathy 
Hurd are dedicated Wind Ensem- 
ble students 



Front Row: Jacqueline 
Shwinnmer, Donna Cough- 
Ian, Barbra Bass, Joe Poul- 
lin, Michelle Handley, 
Tamnny Coriaty, Lyz Galani, 
Danielle Trembley, Amy 
Borshey Middle Row: 
Maureen Worth, Linda Zim- 
mer, Paula Rapoza, Sean 
Deardorf, Jennifer Wing- 
field, Lisette Alba, Theresa 
Concannon, Gretchen Ger- 
brands, Ryan Cardoos, 
Monica Hunsader. Back 
Row: Marl< Minassian, Mike 
Short, Eric Young, Brian 
Panzeri, Mike Demo- 
chowski, Mark Frederick, 
Chris McCune, Jeff Udell, 
Lisa Cadotte, Mark Galvin, 
Karie Mills, Tricia McGov- 
ern. 



Anderson, Leah Bensen, Andria 
Pomponi, Amy Wojnar, Beckie Ro- 
senberg, Tayna Kirkland, Tracey 
Manning, Diana Ricci, Gretchen Ela, 
Katherine Freeman. Second Row: 
Brad Geilfuss, Liz Boehm, Kristen 
Pugh, Chris Rhodes, Gretchen Ger- 
brands, Brian Mayer, Rachel Mey- 



ers, Judy Galani, Julie McMahan, 
Jack Geilfuss. Third Row: Jonathan 
Koop, Kevin Duris, Dwayne Sharpe, 
Patrick Kelliher, Nadav Kupiec, Mike 
Stein, Sandra Sabetty, Erin Fehlau, 
Suzanne Wright, Mark Galvan, Back 
Row: Rich Axtell, John Tanzer, Kar- 
rie Armstrong, George Clayton,. 



Tricia McGovern and Sandra Sabetty take a well-de- 
served break from playing their instruments. 



STUDENT LIFE 147 




Singing With Style 



Christine Hamel and Erin Fehlau at 
a Double Sextette rehearsal. 



"It's not as fun as 
Club Med, but then 
again, you pay for 
Club Med." 

-Lilo Carr on 
Double Sextette 



"It's like being in a 
chic club." 
-Mark Gordon on 
Madrigal 



"Don't be silly. 
Everybody sings." 

-Mr. Lowe 
attempting to 
recruit people for 
choir 



148 STUDENT LIFE 



Two vocal groups at BHS 
that are continually recog- 
nized for the high caliber of 
their performances: the Madri- 
gal and the cast of the popular 
spring musical. Both show- 
case the greatest singing tal- 
ents at BHS. 

The Madrigal is the most ex- 
clusive of the groups. It per- 
forms some very difficult 
pieces, singing acapella and in 
foreign languages, such as 
Italian in "Fa una Conzona" 
and Verdi's "Gloria". Under 
the new direction of Mr. Lowe, 
the Madrigal has become a 
paid performing group. They 
sing in such places as the Offi- 
cers' Club on Hanscom Air 
Force Base. Sometimes play- 
ing seven concerts in a month, 
these appearances bring in up 
to two hundred dollars a show 



for the music department. 
Madrigal also looked forward 
to going to a recording studio 
to make a tape for sale. This 
was also an inovative idea of 
Mr. Lowe's. 

The musical that Mr. Lowe 
originally chose for the music 
department to perform in the 
spring was the long-running 
Broadway classic. Fiddler on 
the Roof. Unfortunately, a na- 
tionwide tour of that musical is 
being planned for the spring, 
and as a result, the licensing 
company that owns the rights 
to it revoked the performing 
rights for ail other groups. Af- 
ter this setback, Mr. Lowe 
quickly made new plans to 
perform another classic, Bri- 
gadoon. As usual, the first 
rate cast made the spring mu- 
sical a smashing success. 





Double Sextette members Camilla Ericson, Lisa 
Getty, Lia Wheeler, and Roxanne Hannon happi- 
ly harmonize together. 



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Maureen Devlin and Lilo Carr vocalize to 
gether at Double Sextette. 




DOUBLE SEXTETTE Front 
row: Camilla Ericson Second 
row: Diana Ricci, Lia Wheeler, 
Lisa Getty, Rachel Meyers Third 
row: Christine Hamel, Shari 
Eriich, Erin Fehlau, Liz Kleekannp, 
Roxanne Hannon, Lilo Carr, 
Sylvia Carr, Maureen Devlin 




CHOIR First row: Shari Eriich, Jen Cohen, 
Megan Dworshak, Maureen Devlin, Jacqueline 
Shwimer, Kerry Pignatello, Liz Welch, Lisa 
Kelleher, Katie Putney, Karen Holmstead, 
Robin McArdle, Michelle Schofield, Lisa 
Cadotte Second row: Sylvia Carr, Kayte 
O'Neil, Liz Kleekamp, Debbi Friedman, 
Jennifer Nickerson, Jodi Cohen, Alexandra 
Flores, Jennifer Braffitt, Lia Wheeler, Lisa 
Getty, Jen Oblas, Nathalie Whitcomb, Kelly 
Callahan, Keri McGrath, Karie Mills, Christine 
Harrington Ttiird row: Tracey Manning, Laura 
Carlson, Leah Benson, Heatherly Wilson, Anne 
Ricci, Amy Godart, Zenobia Harris, Doug 
Gray, Mark Gray, Chris Gottlieb, Dan Couto, 
Steve Craig, Matt Knell Bacit row: Mike 
Durkin, Will Martin, Frank Welch, Brett Carey, 
Jim Paton, Thomas Sullivan, Mike O'Malley, 
Fred Meyer. 

MADRIGAL Front row: Christine Anderson, 
Gretchen Gerbrands, Angela Gautier, Rachel 
Meyers, Camilla Ericson Second row: Becky 
Wolf, Diana Ricci, Christine Hamel, Adrian 
Wood, Roxanne Hannon, Erin Fehlau Third 
row: Mark Gordon, Chris Rhodes, Mike Stein, 
Mathew Stein, Mike Liss, Luke Mclnnis, 
Dwayne Sharpe 



ENSEMBLES Front row: Tricia Weinfurt, 
Stephanie Perino, Kristen Larsen Second 
row: Dawn Anderson, Sage Brown, Irene 
General, Heather Carlton 



STUDENT LIFE 149 



Know-lt-Alls 




"In Math League, the 
more you guess, the 
better you do. As a last 
resort, use a 
mathematical formula." 

-Bill Atkinson 



"The hardest thing about 
making debate team, is 
passing the physical." 

-Chris Welch 



"Math League is an 
excellent way for me to 
step up and be counted." 

-Judy Galani 



In the course of school events, 
some students get the urge to 
expand acadennic horizons, often 
ending up in one of the academic 
clubs. The Debate Team, Sci- 
ence and Math Leagues, and Fo- 
rum all continued this year in their 
pursuit of knowledge and com- 
petitive excellence. 

Mr. Milliken gave the Debate 
Team the guidance it needed to 
defeat the competition. Dedicat- 
ed debaters spent long hours 
gathering and preparing informa- 
tion for their meets. 

The Science League continued 
their tradition of excellence under 
the leadership of Mr. Ullmann 
and Mrs. Krueger, who gave 
them the encouragement needed 
to defeat the competition. 

The staff of Forum, the official 
school paper advised by Mr. Mc- 
Carthy, spent long hours looking 
for the latest school scoop. 
Known for its humorous material 
and informative articles. Forum 
was well received every month. 

Math League, with the assis- 
tance of Mrs. Byron and Mr. Ste- 
phenson, theorized their way 
through tough meets, while hav- 
ing a good time. 




Superstars Lyz Galani and Pat Kelllher 
pose for a picture. 




Karris Armstrong 
for Forum. 



150 STUDENT LIFE 




SCIENCE LEAGUE Front row: 

Becky Rosenberg, Brian Seidman, 
Mark Frederick, Eric Packer, David 
Kelleher, Second row: Diana Ricci, 
Dana Larsen, Lisa Getty, Maureen 
Worth, Cindy Rellstab, Chris Hirsch, 
Neil Richards, Mr. Ullnnann, Back 
row: Andy Carlisle, Tom Sullivan, Eric 
Cordes, Don Giard, Luke Mclnnis, 
Travis Hanson, Ken Pederson, Adam 
Tobey, Pat Kelleher, John Walker. 



MATH LEAGUE Front row: Judy 
Galani, Mary Atkinson, Lyz Galani, 
David Kelleher, Brian Kern, Second 
row: Lauren Solomita, Dana Larsen, 
Brian Seidman, Chris Rhodes, Eric 
Packer, Mrs. Byron, Back row: Mr. 
Stephenson, Andy Carlisle, Pat Kel- 
leher, Ken Pederson. Allen Jones, 
Luke Mclnnis, Travis Hanson, John 
Walker, John Ebersole. 



DEBATE TEAM Front row: Neil 
Richards, Chris Welch, Brian Seid- 
man, John Walker, Back row: Kathy 
Schowalter, Mary Atkinson, Dave Kel- 
leher, Mark Frederick, Brian Kern, Mr. 
Milliken. 



FORUM Front row: Alissa Millman, 
Luke Mclnnis, Second row: Eric 
Packer, Chris Welch, David Holtzman, 
Seema Tiku, Becky Rosenberg, Third 
row: Shari Eriich, Kerri Armstrong, 
Nancy Saunders, Don Giard, Kristen 
Pugh, Jennifer Carsen, Back row: 
Kayte O'Neil, Maureen Devlin, Sylvia 
Carr, Doug Grey, Lauren Solomita, 
Travis Hanson, 



cop on the phone. 

STUDENT LIFE 151 



i 



Committed Committees 



"Being on the Student 
Advisory Committee has 
given me an opportunity 
to present to the School 
Committee problems and 
concerns of the student 
body so that the problems 
may be solved." 

-Laura Martell 



"Being on the Citizenship 
Committee has its 
responsiblities. A lot of 
work is done for the 
community, such as the 
food drive. Not many 
people realize the work 
done by this committee." 

-Lyz Galani 



Bedford High School has several 
groups that exist solely to help the 
student body and the connmunity. 
These groups include Citizenship 
Committee and the groups it super- 
vises, Legislative Committee, Student 
Advisory Committee, Student Court, 
and Students Against Driving Drunk, 
also known as SADD. 

The Citizenship Committee, knovi/n 
as Sit Com to its members, has con- 
tributed to several charities, taking a 
particular interest in the cause of the 
needy. It took part in Globe Santa 
during the Christmas season and ran 
a Thanksgiving canned food drive. 
The Student Advisory Committee 
meets once a month with Mr. Duggan 
and every two weeks with the school 
committee to present concerns of the 



student body. The Legislative Com- 
mittee meets to make the crucial 
locked bathroom rules and other im- 1 
portant issues. The Student Court, ; 
while seldom active, hears cases pre- 1 
sented by students who challenge the I 
rules ofthe school. These groups , 
make up the legislative and judicial : 
branches of our school government. : 

Meanwhile, SADD works not for 
the good of a specific group, but for 
the good of all. By sponsoring speak- 
ers, performing groups, and social 
activities, this group's members work 
hard to stop drunk driving accidents. 

These groups show a side of BHS 
that adults seldom see. They show 
that young people care about each 
other, the less fortunate, and their ^ 
community. I 




Happy members of SADD take time to pose for a 
picture on the steps in front of the new cafeteria. 



152 STUDENT LIFE 




Beth Green and Lyz Galani stand in front of the 
school while waiting for a Citizenship Committee 
meeting to begin. 




CITIZENSHIP COMMITTEE 
Front row: 3=3" C'rislifie 

- Rosewaii. Kara 
■ i iz- Seated: Roger Gaul. 
_i, a Marteli. Ami Bowen. Chris 
.'. r :n. Shari Eriich. Jenn Ashe. 
MarK Gordon, Standing: Mr_ 
Spinosa. R.J. Garrison. Neil 
Richards, Beth Green, Melissa 
Ferro. Sandra Sabetty. Jeff 
Campagna. Mary Pellegrini. Lisa 
Hartwell. Luke Mclnnis. Travis 
Hanson. 



LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE 
Seated: Roger Gaul. Laura 
Matel!. Mary Pellegrini. Ami 
BoAen. Chris Welch. Shari Erilch. 
Sandra Sabetty. Jeff Campagna. 
Standing: Mrs. Pellegrini. Mr, 
Spiiosa Mrs. Gullage. 



STUDENT ADVISORY Laura 

'.la'^e C5~ a E- csoi. Chnstine 
Anderson, Lisa Haiwell. Jenn 
Ashe. Mark Gordon 



STUDENT COURT Travis 

Hanscr Lake Mclnnis. Mr. 
Spinosa. Neil Richards. Kitty 
Rosewall. 



STUDENT LIFE 153 



The Old AM The 
New 



"Being in French Club 
makes you appreciate 
having wet, sticky, 
powdered donut 
remains up your nose." 
-Alissa Millman 



"Latin has given me a 
view of life that no 
other language can 
offer. . . the meaning 
of 'Ubi est sub ubi'." 

-Suzanne Wright 



"The Spanish Club has 
taught me that you 
can do anything if you 
set your mind to it." 
-Taavo Godtfredson 



154 STUDENT LIFE 



Latin may be one of the old- 
est languages, but the Latin 
Club is the newest foreign lan- 
guage club here at Bedford 
High School. The French and 
Spanish Clubs, each in exis- 
tence for three years, are hap- 
py to welcome the Latin Club. 

Most clubs at B.H.S. have a 
purpose. The purpose of the 
foreign language clubs is to 
have fun, with other students 
who have suffered through the 
same language classes as you 
have. Activities include: holi- 
day caroling, theme parties. 



Mr. Kelley entertains Alain 
Lavelat;jt, Kayte O'Neil and 
Brian Bradshaw, members of the 
Latin Club. 



lollypop or flower sales, an im- 
mersion weekend, and all the 
activities during foreign lan- 
guage week culminating with 
the International Cafe and the 
dinner on Friday night. For 
that one Friday evening, the 
new cafeteria is transformed 
into a foreign cafe where 
guests can be served either a 
French or Spanish meal by the 
foreign language students. 

With the addition of the Lat- 
in Club, all the foreign lan- 
guage clubs have had a su- 
cessful year. 





Does Erik Cordes live up to his 
chapeau? 






At the French Club's 
Halloween Party. Kim Farmer 
does her best to snag a 
donut. 

Members of the Spanish Club 
Travis Hanson, Jon Russo, 
Taavo Godtfredson and Luke 
Mclnnis acting casual - as 
usual. 

French Club, continued Fifth 
Row: Tom Lentine, Jayson Gilberti, 
David Kelleher. Camilla Ericson- 
Secretary. Laura Martell, Leah Ben- 
son, Christine Anderson, Niki 
Linton. 



Spanish Club Front Row: Shari Eriich. 
Natalie Jacques, Jeff Udell, Camarie Clark, 
Jason Dishman. Taavo Godtfredson - Presi- 
dent, Sara Somerset, Tanya Kirl<land, 
Kayte O'Neil, Apryl Whitt, Cheryl Koenig, 
Dave Desantis, Franl< Welch, and David 
Hollis, Second Row: Debbie Friedman, Ei- 
leen Shaughnessy, Carolyn Sarno. Liz 
Welch - Treasurer, Jen Cohen, Tricia Mc- 
Govern, Heather Jehle, Cara Iverson, Amy 
Wojnar, Angela Gautier, Michelle Manno, 
Chris Rhodes, Wendy Tamerler, Carol Mar- 
tin, Ken McGrath. Tina Dougherty. Sharon 
Whitt. Andrea Griffen. and Christine Har- 
rington. Third Row: Sage Brown. Steph- 
anie Stygar. Diana Ricci. Julie Harley. Amy 
Borshay. Jill Oblas, Sapnna Harris, Suzy 
Ferro, Luke Mclnnis, Travis Hanson, Jona- 
than Hamby, Eric Berman, Anne Ricci, Win- 
nifer Sewall, Kelly Callahan, Styger, Mi- 
chelle Handley, and Jean Venuti. Fourth 
Row: Cindy Leahy, Mark Frederick, Jim 
Kelly, Brian Seidman, Mark Gordon - Secre- 
tary, Kevin Geary. Erin Hayes, Ginny 
Magno, Linda Zimmer, Jessica Stone, and 
Amy Harley. Fifth Row: Jon Goodarz. Matt 
Watkins. Sasha Konk, Lenox Chase, and 
Liam Hurley. 

Latin Club Front Row: Lisa Berkowitz. 
Becky Wolf. Kayte O'Neil- Vice President. 
Sylvia Carr and Mr. Kelley. Second Row: 
Darlene Burton, Amy Andrade. Lynette 
Blanchard, Liz Welch. Roger Gaul, Suzanne 
Wright- President. Leslie Fryer. Anthony 
Paglia - Treasurer. Alain Lavelanet. Scott 
Albani. Cara Swenson and Courtney Ea- 
gles Third Row: Rich Axtell. Marcus Ken- 
nedy. Chris Theophile. Kenny Chen. Mark 
Monaco. Dave Holtzman, Jim Bush, Gian 
Brunelleschi, Dave Zampese, Andy Sha- 
piro, Sarah Gritfin, Don Giard, Sandra Sa- 
betty, Lyz Galani - Secretary, Joey Somer- 
set, Sara Somerset, John Dillen, Holly 
Stockdale, Allen Patenaude and Rich 
Fedele. 



French Club: Jacqueline Shwimer, Valerie 
Schaffer. Danielle Trembley. Andria Pom- 
poni. Brad Geilfuss, Neil Richards, Chris 
Welch, Matthew Stem, Gretchen Ela, Mau- 
reen Devlin, Cynthia Linz. Angela Renauld. 
Donna Coughlan. Michelle Dee, Jennifer 
Braffitt. Tami Coriaty. Seema Tiku, Paul 
Cronin, Mark Gray, Sean Linehan and Rob- 
ert Donaldson. Second Row: Amy Piet- 
chel, Katie Putney, Chris Cronin, Gretchen 
Gerbrands, Tracey Manning, Lisa Getty, 
Tara Lee, Jennifer Carson, Marcy Correia, 
Sarah Robinson, Alejandra Flores, Nancy 
Saunders. Monica Hunsader. Heather 
Sewall. Amy Storer. Judy Galani. Holly 
Grey. Tina Ricker. Kathy Schowalter. Adri- 
an Wood and Ms. Mehrle. Third Row: Amy 
Bowen. Kristin Maddox. Lynne Molinari. 
David Tobey. Josh Berman, Ivan Wood, 
Sara Puffer, Robin McArdle, Alissa Millman- 
President, Dana Larsen- Vice President, 
Kim Farmer, Megan Dworshak, Mary Atkin- 
son, Beth Green, Lyz Galani, Liz Kleekamp, 
Kristen Pugh, Karrie Armstrong, Amy Woj- 
nar, Nicole Jams and Becky Wolf. Fourth 
Row: Jennifer Ashe, Nadav Kupiec, Mark 
Minassian, Tim McNeany, Ken Dougherty, 
Tina Jones, Allen Jones, Erik Cordes, Tom 
Sullivan- Treasurer, John Walker, Joey Pou- 
lin, Eric Packer, Ian Glomski, Jodie Russo, 
Rachel Meyers, Angela Gautier, Jason 
Kern, Dave Boschetto, Erin Fehlau, Michael 
Liss, Amy Andrade and Christine Hamel. 
Fifth Row: Peter Shamon, Chris Theophile. 
Eric Berman. Dwayne Sharpe. Adam Miller. 




STUDENT LIFE 155 



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New Experiences 



Dave Weinfurt helps keep the 
school informed as he switches 
the cables to send "Starting 
Point" to the school and the 
community. 



"Being a host sister 
has been a great 
experience which has 
taught me much about 
other cultures and of 
human nature." 

-Kristen Hovde 



"Despite some 
difficulties at the 
beginning of the year, 
. . . Telemedia has 
been a lot of fun this 
year." 

-John Walker 



"My AFS experience 
was excellent. I learned 
alot about people from 
around the world with 
the help of the people 
I lived with and their 
community. An AFS 
experience is what you 
make of it, and I would 
do it again." 

-Eric German 



156 STUDENT LIFE 



Everybody who comes to 
the United States has a reason 
for doing so; to learn English, 
to meet people, a new cul- 
ture..., but I still do not know 
why I did. One day I decided to 
leave my family, friends and 
country to come to a new 
place where I did not know ei- 
ther the people or the 
language. 

It is exciting, but at the 
same time hard. The good 
things are that I have learned 
much about this culture, the 
people, the language, and my- 
self. Throughout this experi- 



ence AFS has been an impor- 
tant role. AFS is like a family 
around the world where every- 
one understands each other in 
spite of speaking different 
language. 

-Eva Saez - Moreno 
The Bedford commmunity 
welcomed Eva this year. We 
hope that her experience was 
a pleasant one which she will 
not soon forget. As she said, 
"It is exciting." Anyone who 
would like to try such an ad- 
venture as A.F.S. is encour- 
aged to for an opportunity of a 
lifetime. 





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Vith host sister Kristen Hovde and 
iend Michelle Marino, Eva shows her 
itergation to the BHS community. 




During Spirit Week, Tele- 
media's Dana Larsen ea- 
gerly helps to convey 
school spirit the students. 



Telemedia Front Row: Anthony Paglia, 
Luke Mclnnis, John Walker, Dave 
Kelleher. Second Row: Chris Hirsh. Eric 
Packer, Dana Larsen, Jill Oblas, Kayte 
O'Neil, Erin Fehlau, Chris Welch. Third 
Row: Andy Taylor, Josh Berman, Alissa 
Millman, Mark Gordon. Jeff Campagna, 
and Brian Seidman. 



AFS First Row: Michelle Dee, Nancy 
Saunders, Ginny Magno, Diana Ricci, 
Mary Atkinson, Camilla Erikson. Alissa 
Millman, Melanie Edwards, Kim Farmer, 
Jen Duran. Second Row: Jenn Ashe, 
Kayte O'Neil, Lauren Solomita, Tom 
Sullivan, Dana Larsen, Beth Green, Judy 
Galani, Sandra Sabetty, Kristen Pugh. 
Third Row: Becky Rosenberg, Melissa 
Ferro, Cheryl Koenig, Mark Gordon, Ken 
Pederson, Allan Jones, Suzanne Wright, 
Leslie Fryer, Sara Puffer, Kaihy 
Schowalter, Eileen Shaugnessy. Fourth 
Row: Jim McGovern, Ryan Cardoos, 
Taavo Godfredson, Chris Zellner, Travis 
Hanson, Luke Mclnnis, Kristen Hovde, 
Tricia McGovern, and Heather Jehle. 



AFS Officers: Laura Martell - President, 
Eric Berman - Vice President, Christine 
Anderson - Treasurer, Lyz Galani - 
Secretary. 



STUDENT LIFE 157 



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ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE 



"Freshman Drama is the 
whitewash of the great 
tidal wave in the sky." 

-Sylvia Carr 



"Drama is like being 
starved in a desert for 
weeks and weeks and then 
being the honored guest at 
une bonne fete chez 
Penland." 

-Jeffrey Campagna 



"Drama Club keeps me off 
the streets." 

-Kayte O'Neil 



158 STUDENT LIFE 



At BHS we are graced with a drama 
club that is stocked full of talented ac- 
tors and actresses. Our drama club 
puts on a Tournament of Plays, a Stu- 
dent Production Night, and a play in 
the spring. It also competes in two 
statewide drama competitions. 

At this year's Tournament of Plays, 
each of the classes produced a play 
with excellent results. The freshmen 
produced Cagebirds by David Camp- 
ton. The plot revolved around women 
in an insane asylum, all trapped like 
birds in the cages of their minds, and 
what happened when a "wild bird" 
was trapped in with the rest. Gretchen 
Ela won the Best Newcomer Award for 
her portrayal of "The Twitter." The 
sophomores decided that they would 
like to write their own play. Titled In 
Sunshine or in Shadow, this play 
was a collection of eulogies at the fu- 
neral of a boy named Danny. Though 



they won no awards, the sophomores 
were recognized by the judge for pre 
senting a piece of very high quality 
The junior class performed A Momen' 
in Time, by Eddie Kennedy. This pla\ 
revealed the emotions of a family wait 
ing in the emergency room of a hospi 
tal for word of one of its member'!; 
condition after a car wreck. In the fac( 
of stiff competition, the juniors took thf 
Best Supporting Actress Award wit^ 
Jen Braffitt's portrayal of a friend of th( 
family, the Best Supporting Acto 
Award with Mark Gordon's portrayal c 
the oldest brother, the Best Actres 
Award with Lilo Carr's portrayal of ; 
mature older sister, and the covete' 
Best Play Award. The seniors put c 
the only comedy of the night; A Nigh 
in Bedford by Warren Murray. The 
won the Best Actor Award with Taavc 
Godtfredsen's perfomance as a Ids 
traveller. Everyone who attended en 
joyed the exciting evening. 




Victorious Juniors Front: Lilo Carr, Jen Braffitt Sitting: 
Kristen Pugh, Chris Rhodes, Mark Gordon, Jeff Campa- 
gna, Liz Kleekamp Back Row: Melissa Kidd, Adrian Wood 




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THE DEPARTING SENIOR CAST Sitting: Lyz Ga- 

lani, Taavo Godtfredsen, Erik Cordes, Jen Garrison, 
Leslie Fryer Rear: Beth Green, Tom Sullivan 



DRAMA CLUB OFFICERS: Secretary- 
Lyz Galani, Treasurer-Mark Gordon, 
President-Lilo Carr 




DRAMA CLUB First Row: Jen Garrison, Angela 
Gautier, Lyz Galani, Beth Green, Michelle Ken- 
ney Second Row: Megan Dworshak, Judy Ga- 
lani, Erin Fehlau, Jen Braffitt, Chris Rhodes 
Third Row: Liz Kleekamp, Kristen Pugh, Kayte 
O'Neil, Mark Gordon, Rachel Meyers, Jeff Gam- 
pagna, Shari Eriich, Miss Giddis, Andy Taylor 
Fourth Row: Jen Ziennba, Michelle Dee, Michele 
Handley, Tara Lee, Maureen Devlin, Sylvia Carr, 
Jacqueline Shv*/imer, Jen Carson Back Row: 
Becky Rosenberg, Nancy Saunders, Jim Paton, 
Brett Carey, Jodie Cohen, Gretchen Ela, Chris- 
tine Hamel 



STUDENT LIFE 159 




NHS Is No Joke! 



"Somehow, I managed 
to never serve coffee." 
-Ken Pedersen 



"It does look kinda 
nice on a college 
application." 



"At least we didn't 
have to hold candles 
this year." 

-Jeff Campagna 



160 STUDENT LIFE 



"NHS is a joke! All you peo- 
ple do is serve coffee! You 
want to be in NHS just so you 
can have something to put on 
your college applications!" 

This is the attitude of many 
people when it comes to the 
National Honor Society. The 
truth of the matter is that 
membership in the National 
Honor Society features a lot 
more than most people real- 
ize. 

The National Honor Society 
is composed of those students 
who excel in academics, main- 
taining at least an 88 average, 
as well as incorporating ser- 
vice leadership, character, 
and scholarship. The large 
number of inductees this year 
shows a renewed interest in 
excellence and achievement, 
and also demonstrates the ac- 
ademic abilities of the school. 

NHS members participated 
in a variety of activities ranging 
from tutoring underclassmen 
to serving coffee at adult edu- 
cation classes. They also par- 
ticipated in the annual Ameri- 
can Heart Association 
Phone-A-Thon. 




Mr. Duggan hands an excited Diana 
Ricci her NHS certificate. 



NHS President Adam Tobey rambles 
on to an attentive crowd about the 
meaning of scholarship. 




NHS Front Row: Dana Larsen, 
John Walker, Lisa Getty, Alissa Mill- 
man, Adam Tobey, Dave Kelleher 
Back Row: Bill Atkinson, Brian 
Lenz, Travis Hanson, Luke Mclnnis, 
Allen Jones, Ken Pedersen, Lyz 
Galani 



INDUCTEES Front Row: Becky 
Wolf, Ami Bowen, Kara Iverson, 
Adrian Wood, Cindy Rellstab, Cin- 
dy DeFrancesco Middle Row: 
Roger Gaul, Melissa Ferro, Jim Mc- 
Govern, Eva Saez-Moreno, Lisa 
Hartwell, Jeff Campagna, Brad 
Geilfuss, David CooKe Back Row: 
Carl Szczesniak, Jason Suprenaut, 
Chris Welch, Eric Packer, Laura 
Martell, Christine Anderson, Jayson 
Gilberti, Robin McArdle, Josh Ken- 
nedy, Neil Richards, Mark Freder- 
ick, Cheryl Koenig, Diana Ricci 



NHS OFFICERS Front: Lisa Get 
ty-Secretary Back: Lauren Solo- 
mita-Vice President, Adam Tobey- 
President, Alissa Millman-Treasurer 



Dave Mollis, respected NHS member, 
shows Pat Kelliher and Roger Gaul the 
proper way to chug at the induction 
ceremony. 



STUDENT LIFE 161 



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A Night To Remember 



"Am I ever going 
to finish my 
dress?" 

-Laura Martell 



"It was fun 
because I was with 
the hottest guy 
there." 

-Lauren Solomita 



"I had a great time 
with my date." 
-Alain Lavelanet 



The evening of Saturday, 
Decennber 17, 1988, will long 
be remembered in the minds 
of those juniors, seniors, and 
their guests who chose to at- 
tend the 1988 Junior-Senior 
Semi-Formal. Held in the re- 
creation center on base, the 
dim lighting and elegant fash- 
ions added to the romantic at- 
mosphere. Many couples be- 
gan the evening with dinner at 
some of the fine restaurants in 
the area, such as Corey's, The 
Spinnaker, and The Marriott. 
Many couples went in groups, 
some going so far as to rent 
limos to glamorize the eve- 
ning. The disc jockey played 
popular, current, and oldies 
records which students enthu- 
siastically danced to. For 
those worn out by strenuous 
dancing, there were relaxing 
couches, pool to play, and a 
bar serving refreshing soft 
drinks. 

After the dance ended, 
many students continued the 
evening, attending parties and 
gatherings at each other's 
houses. All in all, the Semi- 
Formal 1988 was a night to 
remember. 



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Adam Tobey and his date, Lisa Hartwell, 
both wear fashionable black. 



Seniors Bonnie Mosca, Craig O'Brien, 
Andy Chalres. and Beth Green having 
a swell time. 

Junior Michelle Burke and her date 
take time out for a breather. 



162 STUDENT LIFE 



What A Time It Was . . . 





"This yearbook is in 
debt! We're not having 
pizza." 

-Sandra Sabetty 




"What do you mean 
you want me to give 
you a quote? Is anyone 
really going to read 
them anyway?" 

-Judy Galani 



"I just want to go 
home . . .!" 

-Jeff Campagna 



164 STUDENT LIFE 



The 1989 Yearbook Staff 
worked many hours on this 
book. Many afternoons and 
evenings of those on the staff 
were spent in the confines of 
Room B-13. Together, these 
individuals cropped, labeled, 
fitted, typed, designed, 
stamped, and edited them- 
selves into a frenzy, time after 
time, working toward a com- 
mon goal. ^ > 

To all those helped: the jani- 
tors for not tossing us out on 
those late nights; the faculty 
members for understanding 
and supporting our decisions 
and actions; and to all those 
outside the school, including 
our parents and Pizza Express 
for deliveries at all hours; the 
Staff greatly appreciates all 
your efforts. Thank you. 



McGovern, 
Daymion 

To: John 



Business Staff: Lauren Solo- 
mita, Sandra Sabetty, Melissa 
Ferro, Judy Galani, Elizabeth 
Galani, Laura Martell, Lisa 
Hartwell, Beth Green, Jeff 
Campagna, Camilla Ericson, 
Tom Sullivan, Jim 
Lisa Berkowitz, 
Smith. 

Special Thanks 

Neister and Karen Starhia of 
Josten's publishing. Jack Kelly 
and Burlington Studios, all the 
local businesses who placed 
ads, the hospitality suite at the 
Newton Marriot, and everyone 
else who supported our 
efforts 



Lisa Hartwell and Laura Martell look up 
hopefully from the computer. "Do we get 
a break yet?" 




Jean Mehrle Ruth Byron 

Faculty Advisors 



Lauren Solomita begs Adam Tobey to 
relieve her of yearbook duties once and 

for all. Lyz trying to gain control by threatening the staff. 




I know that upon reading this it will all have 
been worth it, and I hope the rest of the staff 
feels the same. We've been through a lot, and 
learned a lot about each other on all those 
nights when we've been cooped up in the office 
working. 

Thanks to the whole staff-you guys deserve 
it! I hope you all look at your work and feel the 
pride that I do. Thanks especially to Lauren, 
Lisa, Beth, Jen, etc. And Jeff, Sandra, Melissa, 
Judy, and all other future staff members- thank 
you all, and I wish you all the luck next year! 
Mrs. Byron and Juanita, thanks for your pa- 
tience and help. And Laura, I think you know 
that there is no way I could have survived this 
without you. 

Best of luck to you all in the future, and to the 
entire Class of 1989. 

-Lyz 





Laura Martell Elizabeth Galani 

Editors-ln-Chief 

It was a time of frustration, tiredness, laugh- 
ter, fun, and eventually pride and joy when I see 
this in a completed state. I had no idea that 
yearbook would be such a time-consuming ef- 
fort, or that it would be so rewarding. 

For all those people who stood by me to give 
support, I appreciate it. My whole hearted 
thanks goes out to: my family, friends and 
teachers ; Mrs. Byron and Juanita for their pa- 
tience and advice; and to the entire Yearbook 
Staff-Jeff, Lauren, Mary, Judy, Melissa, Lisa, 
Beth and everybody else who helped in so 
many ways; And most of all to Lyz. Our friend- 
ship goes far beyond yearbook. Keep gossip- 
ing and never let the 60's slip from your mind. 

Good Luck to the Class of '89 and all future 
Yearbook staffs. 

-Laura 



YEARBOOK STAFF Front Row: Liz Boehm, Kayte 
O'Neil, Alain Lavelanet. Sandra Sabetty - Co-Business 
Editor, Jeff Compagna - Student Life Editor Second 
Row: Jennee Garrison, Sara Somerset, Mary Atl<inson. 
Lisa Hartwell - Senior Editor, Melissa Ferro - Junior 



Editor Third Row: Lyz Galani. Laura Martell, Lauren 
Solomita - Academics Editor and Co-Business Editor. 
Judy Galani - Sophomore Editor, Beth Green. Missing: 
Sara Robinson and Amy Harley - Freshman Editors. 



STUDENT LIFE 165 



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Welcome to Mini-Mag 1989 




It's the year 1989: what stands out in your mind? 
What is it that you remember most about not only 
1989, but the years before? Stop and think of the 
changes that have come into this town and this world 
since we entered kindergarten in the 1976-1977 
school year. We've seen: two elementary schools 
close, one now converted to condominiums and the 
other one to town offices; the sixth grade moved to 
the middle school; a golf course where we learned to 
ski turned into more condominiums; a tennis court 
flattened to a parking lot; Dudley Road converted to 
a housing development; the controversy over Emer- 
son College moving to Bedford and many other 
changes that have crept into town. On the global 
scale, we Ve seen: tremendous triumphs and tremen- 
dous tragedy in the space program; men and women 
achieving and falling from power; miracles of science 
and disasters of nature. The world we live in - its 
people, events and economy - is continuously chang- 
ing, and it will continue to do so. Here before you is a 
reminder of what life was like during 1989. What did 
we wear? What did we like? What do we remember of 
the year that ended the eighties? 

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166 MINI-MAG 




As part of the 1989 Mini-Mag we have in- 
cluded a Spirit of Bedford Quiz. Take the quiz and 
find out how well you know the town of Bedford 
and BHS . Less than five correct - it looks like you 
may have been sleeping through your days at 
BHS. Five to ten correct - You've been awake 
during your stay here and you're sort of aware of 
what's happening, but another cup of caffine may 
be helpful. Ten to fifteen correct - you are well 
aware of what's happening around town, in fact 
you may have been a participant in some of the 
activities. More than fifteen correct - either this 
stuff really interests you or you've been here long 
enough to learn it by osmosis and its time to 
graduate. Good Luck! 



1. Which was one of the 
notorious "dress up days" 
of Spirit Week '88? 

a. Dress As Your Favorite 
Neo-Freudian Day 

b. Movie Idol/Superstar Day 

c. Scandalized Political Candi 
date Day 

2. Who is the principal 
of BHS? 

a. Ollie North 

b. Yoko Ono 

c. Tom Duggan 

3. Which three make up 

the new music 




department? 

a. Mozart, Beethoven, Bach 

b. Low, Barbas, Anderson 

c. Nikki Sixx, Arethra Fran 
klin, Liberace '^^^^ 

4. Where was the three 
week exchange between 
fifteen Bedford Students 
and fifteen foreign students 
in April and August of '88? 

a. AjTas, France 

b. Kashmir, India 

c. Mars 
5. What did the Seniors 
sell as a fundraiser this 






year? 

a. Freshmen 

b. Candy Bars 

c. Personalized Toothbrushes 
6. Who is the AFS stu- 
dent this year? 

a. Eva Saez-Morez 

b. Taavo Godtfredson 

c. Kosta Vasilakis 

7. Which is a fa- 
vorite Bedford 
hangout? 

a. Parking lots 
(anywhere in 
town) 

b. Walden Pond Reservoir 

c. Detention Hall 

8. Which class carries out 
the "egg project"? 

a. Algebra II 

b. People, Food and Science 

c. Jr. Health 

9. Where is one's locker 
usually placed? 

a. Upper A wing no matter 
what 

b. By the student office 

c. As far away as possible 
from one's classes 

10. Who teaches 
Underwater Bas- 
ket Weaving 
101? 

a. Ms. Drenas 

b. Mr. Pilla 

c. What? 

11. Who were the Class of 
'89 advisors? 

a. Simon and Garfunkle 

b. Maxwell and Gullage 

c. Cabot and Lodge 

12. Which signs can be 
found in Mr. Ullman's 
classroom? 

a. Welcome to nowhere - you 
are here. 

b. Confusion is the beginning 
of all education 

c. A zodiac chart 

13. At what time do the 
church bells chime every 

a. Any time they want 




b. 1:33 p.m. 

c. Never 

14. What does the Ad- 
vanced Biology class 
disect? 

a. Sophomores 

b. Cats 

c. Yearbook data discs 

15. Who said "Et 
tu Brute?" 

a. Julius Caesar 

b. Mr. Kelly 

c. Bugs Bunny 

16. Which musical 
was performed at BHS 
this year? 

a. Rocky Horror Picture Show 

b. Brigadoon 

c. Saturday Night Fever 

17. What do many Sen- 
iors do over Christmas 
vacation? 

a. Crash as many cars as 
possible 

b. College Applications 

c. Study for their mid-year 
exams 

18. What Bedford Build- 
ing did George Wash- 
ington visit? 

a. Bedford High School 

b. Fitch Taver 

c. V.A. Hospital 

Congatulations! 
You have reached the 
end of the 1989 Spirit of 
Bedford Quiz. 

Check the answers and see 
how you did. 1-b, 2-c, 3-b, 
4-a, 5-b, 6-a, 7-a, 8-c, 9-c, 
10-c, 11-b, 12-b, 13-a, 
14-b, 15-a, 16-b, 
17-b, 18-b. 




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Times 

To Remember 



Teenagers of all eras have come home 
past their curfew, and many will continue 
to do so. In some ways their excuses have 
stayed the same; in other ways they have 
changed with the times. In 1989 the ex- 
cuses we were using varied from the old 
standards to the very original. In response 
to the questionaire sent out last fall the 
Yearbook staff got to laugh at the ex- 
cuses students at Bedford High School 
claim they have used. Many of you 
claimed that your watch stopped and you 
had no idea what time it was (don't your 
parents ever get suspicious and tell you 
to wind your watch) while others were 
more original with lines such as, "My 
friend ran away from a party and we had 
to find her. You know mom we had to 
make sure she got home alright." On the 
following page you will find a standard 
list of excuses that you said you were 
using in 1989. 

Some of the excuses are more original 
than others, some more believable. Just 
remember that when you look at this 
years from now you will be the naive par- 
ents believing your kids when they say, 
"The movie got out late. " Then again you 
might just remember your high school 
days and laugh with them. 





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*"We ran out of gas, didn't 
have any money and we couldn't 
find a Baybank machine." *"My ride 
didn't show up." *"We had to take 
someone to the hospital after a fight." *"I 
had to drop people off all over town." 
*"There was a security check on base."*"I 
fell asleep somewhere." *"The movie was 
sold out and our second choice started 
later." *"The car wouldn't 
start and we had to j ump start /3e. 
it." * " I got us lost and we ho m e 

couldn't figure out how to j ■ qq 



read the map." *"There was 
an accident on 128." *"I was 
arrested." * "The electricity 
went out at the movie theatre 
and we waited to get our refund tickets." 
*"I was driving the speed limit so it took 
longer."*"! was outside 

watching ^<^a=:^ the stars and I 
lost track of ff^^\ time." *"We 
saw the Ir • 'jl 'Rocky Horror 
Picture Show'."*"Ilost 
my purse and we went 

back to look for it." *"Our 

reservations were late." *"What, when did 
you say I had a curfew." *"Isn't it daylight 
saving time this weekend? *"Dad, I didn't 
want to come home." * "We were at this 
party and the parents wouldn't let us leave 
until their house was clean." *"My team 
was winning 'Pictionary ' and we couldn't 
leave the game half done." *(Student) 
"Mom, I'm in no condition to drive." 
(Mother)"Do you know 
what time it is?" (Student) 
"Mom, I'm in no condi- 
tion to read a watch." 
*"The basketball game 
went into overtime." 
*"rm not home late, I've 
been in the driveway for a half hour talk- 
ing." *" We were watching Ghandi." *"My 
friends moved my car and I couldn't find 
it." 




MINI-MAG 169 





Concert 
Actor 
Actress 
Sports Figure 
Political Figure 
Religious Figure 
Car 

Hair Color 



Pink Floyd 
Keanu Reeves 
Cher 

Any Celtic 
Gary Hart 
Tammy-Faye Bakker 
Bat Mobile 
natural 




Tiffaany/ Debbie Gibson 
Tom Cruise 
Madonna 
Mike Tyson 
Ronald Reagan 
Oral Roberts 
Luke's Chevrolet 
Anything dyed or bleached 








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ABVERIISEMENTS 





Congratulations 
and Best Wishes 
to the 
Graduating 
Class of 1989 



Elizabeth Galani 

Laura Martell 
Lauren 5)olomita 
and the entire Yearbook (5)tafF 
with (Special thanks to our devoted advisors 

Mrs. Duth Byron 
and Ms. Jean Mehrle 



174 ADVERTISEMENTS 



Thank you Mr. Maxwell and Ms. Gullage- 
through the never-ending candy sales, the 
victories of hall-decorating, the ever-present 
Bedford sweatshirts, and the "times of our 
lives" at the Junior Prom, your support and 
guidance have given us the spirit to achieve 
and to continue on into the future. 

To everyone that has made our time at 
Bedford High School a little easier or a little 
more enjoyable, thank you. We will miss you, 
and we wish "good luck" to everyone that 
follows. 



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I must be on my way my friends 
But everywhere I go, 
You're always on my mind, 

In my heart, 

In my soul 

- Chicago 






We'll never forget 
Our Class of '89 



From the senior class officers: 
Thomas Sullivan 
James McGovern 
Amy Godart 
i MM Anne Ricci 
^vU*^ Pamela Miller 
Camilla Ericson 




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Tewksbury 
Tewksbury Shopping Center 
851-7581 



FIRE RESTORATIONS 



SUEDE & LEATHER CLEANING 



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A SPECIAL LIFE-STYLE 

Carleton-Willard Village is an exceptional continuing care retirement community. Gracious independent living 
accommodations and fully licensed, long-term health care facilities exist in a traditional New England 
environment. 

CARLETON-WILLARD VILLAGE 



100 Old Billerica Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 
(617) 275-8700 

Owned and operated by Carleton-Willard Homes, Inc. 
a non-profit corporation 




CARllTON WILLARD VILIACI 




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Q BANK FIVE 

Offices in Arlington, Bedford, Burlington 
and VVoburn' 643-0011 
Member FDIC DIFM 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1989 

Dr. S Mrs. Eagles 




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142 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD MA. 275-7125 





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Congratulations and 
Best Wishes 
for 

a Successful Future 



AAITRE 

Burlington Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 



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18 North Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 
617/275-7205 



For Your Home, Auto, Life 
and Business Insurance . . 
You don't have to 
Settle for Less. 



Caddell & Byers Insurance Agencies 

Bedell Brothers Insurance • Burlington, North ReaOing. Wilmington 

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Caddell & Byers Life • Lowell 

East Insurance • Acton Bedford, Burlington 

Charles H Watkms i Co , Inc • Bedford Burlington 



BEDFORD REAL ESTATE 



99 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 



BEN SEARS 



(617) 275-8540 
Home 275-7865 




Rayii^eon Company 
Missiie Systems DiviS'on 
HartAeii Road 
Bedford MA 01730 



Raytheon 



CONGRATULATIONS & BEST WISHES 

TO THE 
CLASS OF 1989 
FROM YOUR NEIGHBOR 



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We would say that you were quiet 
except for two things: 

1. Your eyes sparkle so sharply that 
they crackle. 

2. You make people laugh out loud. 

Love and good luck. 




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Best Wishes 
From The 




BEDFORD PERMANENT FIRE 
FIGHTERS 



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BETH 

May you never 
stop believing in 
yourself and 
humanity and may 
you never stop 
standing up for 
what you believe 
in. 

I'm very proud of 
you. 

Love always, 

MOM 



/c^'e , hud AOT ^ou^ ^6, 

^^^^^ 





Congratulations! 



FPEQ 



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18 nORTM ROAD 
BEDrORD, NA 01730 



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275-3040 



Karen: 

We know your future goals 
of college and travel will be 
successful. Love and 
happiness - Mom, Dad and 
Gene 



Congratulations, Love and Success to 

BRIAN SMITH 



We're very proud of you! 
Mom, Dad and Christopher 



KRISTINE MARIE 
(KRYSHA) 

May you have the courage to seek truth 
The strength to stand alone, and the 
wisdom to be taught by all experience 



From the very first 
moment of your life we 
have loved you with all 
our hearts. Your sorrows, 
joys, successes, ...and 
disappointments, are 
shared by us. You are a 
very special person who 
has brought a very special 
warmth to our lives. 
With all our love forever 

Mom and Dad, Winnie 

and Kenny 




184 ADVERTISEMENTS 



Walcoth 



Sales & Service Inc. 



SINCE 1937 



High Quality TV's And Appliances 

GREAT ROAD SHOPPING CENTER, BEDFORD 



Microwave Ovens 
Air Conditioners 
Television 



275-7570 



SALES - SERVICE - PARTS 



Refrigerators 
Ranges 
Washers & Dryers 




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To Jonathan: 

How did we ever get so lucky 

to have you for a 

son, brother and grandson! 



Much happiness 
and a bright future 

Congratulations 
Mom, Dad, Jodie and Nana 




For Roger 

-Carry the sun in a golden cup. 
The moon in a silver bag. 

W.B. Yeats 

Love and luck from Mom and Dad 



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Wherever you wander 
Wherever you roam, 
Be Happy and Healthy 
And Glad to Come Home 

With love and pride 
Mum, Dad, Betsy § Fuzzy 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF 1989 

Lawrence Carlton S 
Company, P.C. 

Certified Public Accountants 





Congratulations 

May your life be filled with happiness, 
May all your dreams come true 
And some day may you have a daughter 
Just like you! 

Love, Mom, Dad and Dave 



The times I've been 
through were empty 
without you. You filled 
my soul with life, to the 
darkness brought some 
light. Thanx for your 
love and thanx for your 
time. And thanx for the 
memories I now call 
mine. 

I love you! 




Congratulations 
Leslie Grace 




We've been through many good and bad times 
together. We'll always cherish the good and eventually 
laugh over the bad. Who will ever forget the party? 
Remember the Red Sox Game? In Harvard? Don't 
worry, we're not lost!! Then there are fond memories of 
the Mall area (Thanx Lyz). Friendship is the strongest 
bond of love! Nothing's going to stop us now. 

I'll always love you 

Doug 



186 ADVERTISEMENTS 





Dear PAMELA. 

My how 
you've grown! 

We're very 
proud of you 
and your 
friends. May 
this be the 
beginning of 
many happy 
endings for all 
of you! 

Love, 
Mom 
and 
Dad 



Erik, 

"Each time a man stands up for an 
ideal, or acts to improve the lot of 
others, or strikes out against injus- 
tice, he sends out a tiny ripple of 
hope.. .and crossing each other from a 
million different centers of energy 
and daring those ripples build a cur- 
rent that can sweep down the mighti- 
est walls of oppression and 
resistance." 

Robert F. Kennedy 

Congratulations. We love you and we 
are very proud of you. 
Mom and Dad 




(617) 275-6662 



Bedford Jeweler/ , Inc. 

r O Box 202 
323 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 



3audan}a SCectzlc Go., One. 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 
SUPPLIES - LIGHTING - SALES 



FRANK BAUDANZA 
Vice President 



328 GREAT RD. 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



Telephone 
61 7-2 75-7056 



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65 Loomis Street 
Bedford, MA 01730 




Open 7 Days a Week 
Monday-Thursday 

10:00 a m to 10 00 pm 

Friday and Saturday 

10 00 a m lo 11 00 p m 

Sunday 

11:00 a m to 10 00 pm 



WE DELIVER!! 
CALL 

2753858 



The 




Doctor 

Feline Medicine and Surgery 



Robert W. Carlson, D.V.M. 
(617) 275-5223 



101 Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 




the purity 

supreme 

group 




Purity 

Supreme 
Your Basic 
Value Store 




ADVERTISEMENTS 





Good Luck 
Seniors!! 

from 

the Class of 1991 




BEDFORD HOUSE 

OF 

ROAST BEEF 

(Roast Beef, Suvlaki, Greek Salad, Seafood] 

328 Great Road 
Bedford, MA 
275-2006 



Monday thru Thursday — 10:00 a.m. to 1 1:00 p.m 
Friday and Saturday — 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 
Sundays — 1 1:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 



FOR FAST SERVICE CALL YOUR ORDERS IN 

275-2006 



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Over 15,000 Books Priced 

and Classified 
50 Great Road, Bedford 
275-9140 



WED THRU SAT 

11-5 p.m. 



CONGRATULATIONS 



And 



Best Wishes 



To The Class Of 



1989 




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192 ADVERTISEMENTS 



A TOUCH or CLASS 

CLASS OF 1989 



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FORMAL WEAR BY MR. SAUMDERS) 



COnQRATULATIOnS AMD BEST 

WISHES 
from YOUR YEARBOOK 
PHOTOGRAPHER 




99 Cambridge Street, Burlington, MA 01803 

272-4700 

WEDDiriQS, FAMILY GROUPS, CHILDREn, 
CREATIVE YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHY 



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'1t matters not whether you 
win or lose, but how you 
play the game/' 

Good Luck 
Senior Math- 
Leaguers, 
from Richard 
Stephenson 





CENTER 
' HAIR STYLIST 

The ROFFLER Hairstyling Experience 

Open 6 Days 
Appointments Available 275-7711 
168E Great Road, Bedford 



Good Luck And Congratulations To All Graduating Music Students 

From POMS 



Christine Anderson 
Leah Benson 
Elizabeth Boehm 
Brian Bradshaw 
Ryan Cardoos 
Brett Carey 
Laura Carlson 
Heather Carlton 
Angela Corea 
Daniel Couto 
Angela DiTore 
Camilla Ericson 
Elizabeth Galani 
Marc Galvan 
Angela Gautier 
Irene General 



Gretchen Gerbrands 
Lisa Getty 
Amy Godart 
Taavo Godtfredsen 
Douglas Gray 
Beth Green 
Roxanne Hannon 
Zenobia Harris 
Karen Holmstead 
Patrick Kelliher 
Michelle Kenney 
Tanya Kirkland 
Tracey Manning 
Laura Martell 
Brian Mayer 
Robin McArdle 



Luke Mclnnis 
Diane Olsen 
Michael O'Malley 
James Paton 
Paula Rapoza 
Anne Ricci 
Cindy Rivinius 
Krysha Spiewak 
Michael Stein 
Christine Sullivan 
Lia Wheeler 
Natalie Whitcomb 
Heatherly Wilson 
Suzanne Wright 




Good Luck To Our Future And 
Remember-Nothing Succeeds Like 
Success. 

Bernard Gollis 



Best of Luck in the Future To The Class of 
1989-The Bradshaws 
("Dight on. Brian!") 



Best wishes to the Class of 1989 from 
the Shwimers 



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Mom-I've always appreciated everything you 
have done for me. Eric-You rad dude! I will 
really miss you. 

Love ya- 
Beth 




To Lauren 

We hope that your ex- 
periences in the future 
will be filled with 
much happiness and 
success; we are so 
proud of all that 
you've accomplished 
so far. 

Keep on being the best 
that you can be. 

Congratulations! 

Our love always, 
Mom, Dad, Anne, and 
Jim 



To Laura 

Who has given so much 
Congratulations. 
With love. 

Christine, Dob and Mom 



DR. & MRS. 
GUY A. MCGARRY 



Best Wishes To The Class Of 
1989 




CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 
TO THE 
CLASS OF 1989 



From The Entire Staff At 



McDonald's 



345 Great Road 
Bedford. Mass. 



196 ADVERTISEMENTS 



To "The Girls," 

There's a lot I could say to you, 
we've shared so much over the years. 
We have had so many good times and 
more private jokes than I can remem- 
ber! And even with the bad times, we 
became closer. 

I just wanted to thank you all tor 
always being there and making every- 
thing "special." I wouldn't ask tor any- 
thing better than the friendship we've 
shared. You mean more to me than 
you know. 

With love always, Laurie 



Thanks for everything-you guys have 
given me some of the best times of my 
life and shown me through some of the 
hardest. 1 love every one of you and 1 
know that we will always share a cer- 
tain bond that can never be broken. 
Remember, as we go our separate 
ways, "winter, spring, summer or fall, 
you've got a friend." 

Love always, Rob 



Guys-I don't know where to start. 
These past four years have been the 
best!!! Each one of you means so 
much to me. You've been there 
through the good and bad. I would've 
never made it without you. You are 
each so special and I appreciate every- 
thing you've done for me. Never forget 
all the good times. 

Amy, thanks for giving me a place to 
go after school (love that chair!), all the 
talks meant so much, Florida, moving 
(desk), soccer headaches. "Don't ever 
climb up life-guard chairs." Laurie, 
wow-since fourth grade! Davidson's 
wouldn't be the same without us "on 
our hands and knees behind the 
counter." Pam, I'll never forget Mon- 
sters of Rock weekend-do you like 
my puff? Anne, what would we do 
without "the wagon," don't forget 
Maine. Robin-Old Orchard, what would 
I do without ail the "phone support," 
thanx hon. "Help, I'm restless." I love 
you all! Thanks for everything! Friends 
Forever! 

Love ya, Heath 



Friends 

A friend is... 

Someone who is there when 
you're hurting, offering true 
tenderness. 

Someone who listens to what 

you're really saying. 

Someone you always feel close 

to, even if they're far away. 

A friend is a special gift to be 

cherished forever. 




Oho my god! 

Cape-Jack-Security guards are 
out!! 

Is this a lake or an ocean? 
Careful of falling up/down stairs! 
"Poles" 

Auditorium Talks 
Harvard Party 

Girls' Night Out-Pour Some Sug- 
ar On Me 
Beach-Late night 
Are you being responsible? 
Pam & Robin's kitchen tables 
Get a clue! 
Ski Trip-'87,'88,'89 
R/C Cola 
Can U Imagine? 
Faces 
Mountains 

Smartfood/Jam squares 
Putnam Pantry Sundaes-Battle 
of Bunker Hill 

Montreal /Canada /Vermont 
Struck by lightning 
Fire extinguishers 
"Nightmares" 



Hi Girls-I can't thank you guys enough 
for always being there for me, and for 
all the great times. These four years 
have been the best thanks to you. 
Amy, Eric! Jam squares. "Once a car- 
dinal, always a cardinal." And Annie, 
watch out for accidents! Heatherly, I 
won't forget Monsters of Rock, 
"How's your puff?" Laurie, "I must 
say," skiing, you deserve to walk to 
China. Robin, you're amazing. Don't 
forget Bam-Bam Arizona. I love you all! 

Always, Pam 



To The Gang, 

Thanks guys, for helping me through it 
all. You have been the best to me. I 
want our friendships to always stay 
strong. Thanks for the precious mo- 
ments and the fun times. I hope the 
memories with you guys will last forev- 
er. When I think of high school times I 
think of you. Amy, Heatherly, Laurie, 
Pam, Robin-I love you! I will always be 
there to carry you! -"Footprints" 

Friends Forever 
Love Always, Anne 



To "The Girls"-You guys are the best 
friends I have. I don't know what I 
would've done without all your help 
and support these past four years, 
thanks for always being there and put- 
ting up with my moods. I have never 
had so much fun than the times I've 
had with you guys! Anne, there comes 
a time when you hafta say "YOU ARE 
A GOOB!" "What've I done to deserve 
this?" Heath, "This is me, caring." I'll 
never forget Florida, "Isabelle, where 
are your lights?" Bingo. Hey, hey, you, 
you, get into my car, who me? Yes, 
you! Laurie, Diet Pepsi, Cape Cod 
Chips, Oreos, fake nails, fun bracelets- 
you've got a friend. Pam, "But you 
could do it anyway," "I did." Eric!! We 
broke another scraper. "Jam" 
squares. Diet Coke, "milkman man," 
Lean On Me, summer "Push-It" tape. 
Robin, can u imagine? Can u? I hate it 
when people don't leave their name! 
Oh, who was it? I love you all. 

Always, Amy 



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License ^1940 Telephone 275-0756 

BEDFORD OPTICAL CO. 

$50.00 off the normal price of soft 
tinted contact lenses for the 
Class of 1989 



Milton S. Moffett 
Registered Optician 



50 Loomis Street 
Bedford, MA 01730 



The Lunch Bunch'' 



Cindy Angela 
Nat Jen Leslie Sara 
Beth Lyz 



"You just call out my name, and you know 
wherever I am. I'll come running to see you 
again. 

Winter, spring, summer, or fall, all you have 
to do is call, and I'll be there, yeah, you've 
got a friend." 



Congratulations And 
Best Wishes To The 
Class Of 1989 From All 
Of Us At Minuteman 
Volkswagen, Inc. 

VOLKSWAGEN 



AUTHORIZED 

• SALES-275-8000 

• SERVlCE-275-8004 

• PARTS-275-8005 



MINUTEMAN 
VOLKSWAGEN, INC. 

39 NORTH RO • BEDFORD. MA 
Exit 44N, off Rte. 128 

275-8000 



RUSSELL SIBLEY 
CONTRACTING 

Installer Of Sewer 
Water & Septic Systems 
^Stl 275-0283 " 



BEDFORD FUNERAL 
HOME 

167 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 
275-6850 

G. William Clark, Jr. 
Funeral Director 



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I just wanted to say 'Thanx" to everybody who made my High 
School years fun and memorable. Thank you Ann & Bonnie § 
Laura & Caycee S Lia S Gretch S Lisa & Amy & Mel S Chrissy & 
the rest of the A- Wing crew. Also, of course, thanx to the 
locker rats like Jeff S Tommy § Phil S whoever else I forgot. 
Also, thank you Mrs. Ralston. 







Good luck and stay 
in touch! 
Luv ya, 
Pam Looney 



ADVERTISEMENTS 199 



Congratulations 
and wishes for the brightest 
of futures from all of us at 



R.E.R. Fuel Service Inc. 




R.E.R. Fuel Service Inc. 

2U NASHL A KOAD BILLEKICA. MASSACHUSETTS 01862 (508) tJti;J-;5;i03 (tilT) 27.)-l;}4;5 



200 Advertisements 



The National Honor 
Society 

would like to express its 
congratulations to the 

Class of 1989 

Best Wishes and Good Luck 



The Spanish Club 
wishes 

Buena Suerte 

to our seniors and the 
Class of 1989 




BONNE CHANCE 

to our seniors 
*'extraordinaires" and to the 
entire Class of '89! 

Le Cercle Francais 



Vale to the 



Class of 1989 



The Latin Club 



To the Class of 

'89: 

"If we dream 
it, it can be 
done," 




Good luck to Eva Saez-Moreno and to 

all the A.F.S. seniors: 
There's a world of opportunities out 
there. 



Advertisements 201 



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Taylor § Lloyd Inc. 
Bedford Mass. 



''May Prosperity, Health 

And Good Fortune 
Be With You Always/' 



"Good Luck Class Of 
89" 



Jock Taylor 



Ed Lloyd 



202 AVVERTISEMENTS 




CONGRATULATIONS 



JAYSON 



Keep Shooting lO's 
In All You Do 



love, 
Dad Mom 
Alyssa 
Anthony 



til 




AUTHORIZED 

• SALES-275-8000 

• SERVICE-275-8004 

• PARTS-275-8006 



MINUTEMAN 
OLDSMOBILE, INC. 

39 NORTH RD • BEDFORD MA 
Exit 44N ofl Rte 128 

275-8000 



DUNHAM'S BOOK 
STORE 

Good used books and paperbacks 

BOUGHT AND SOLD 

Over 15.000 Books Priced 

and Classified 
50 Great Road. Bedford 
:75-9l40 

WED THRU SAT 
11-5 p.m. 




MIX FLOWERS 

275-6255 

Bedford's Full-Service Florist! 

CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1989 



LUONGO'S 

DRY 
CLEANER 



expert stain removal 
complete drapery service 
seasonal storage 

alteration service 



TEL. 275-7300 



32 SHAWSHEEN AVE. BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



Cheryl and Pat Mix 
Mix Flowers 
377 Concord Rd 
Bedford 




Congatulations 
To the Class of 
1989 

275-8566 



ADVERTISMENTS 203 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1989 



275-7800 





Limousine Service 



68 Great Rd., Bedford, MA 01 730 



SPARTA RESTAURANT 

321 Great Road Bedford, Mass 

Telephone 275-9738 




Best Wishes To The 
Class of 1989 



GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1989 

Pass S Weisz, Inc. 

A Tradition of Service Excellence Since 1959 



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REALTORS 



138 the Great Road • Bedford, MA 01730 

Office 617 -27 5 7777 



the art of 
engineering. 

Featuring a full line of 
Audis: 



4000S std. or auto. 

trans. 

Coupe GT 

Coupe Quattro Turbo 
Ouatro All wheel drive 
5000S Sedan 
5000S Wagon 
5000S Turbo 

Leasing our specialty. 
Company vehicles always 
available for purchase. 
Good selection of pre- 
owned vehicles. 

93 Cambridge Street 
Burlington, Ma. 08103 




PORSCHE ® 
NOTHING 

EVEN 
COMES 
CLOSE 



Featuring a full line of 
Porsche: 

944 

944 Turbo, Accepting 
Orders 

91 1 Carrera Coupe 
91 1 Carrera Targa 
91 1 Carrera Cabriolet 
928S 

Leasing our specialty. 

Route 128 Exit 41 N 
Tel. 272-8880 



204 ADVERTISEMENTS 




CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1989 



You are the Nation's Future! 



Consider your possibilities at... 



Lincoln Laboratory 



Lexington, Massachusetts 



ADVERTISEMENTS 205 



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TOYS 




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MINIATURES 



• EXPERT ALL-BREED GROOMING 

• TOP QUALITY REGISTERED PUPPIES 

(BROWN, BLACK. WHITE. SILVER) 

"For Those Who Cure, Call Tret Chere!" 

MRS BARBARA NIBLACK B9 CONCORD RD. ( RT 62) 
617-275-1296 BEDFORD. MASS. 01730 



Congratulations 

John E. Japp, M.D. 



50 Loomis Street-Phone 275-7513 
Bedford, MA. 0730 



Heatherly, 

"Every day is exciting as I continue to watch you 
grow, and I want you to always know that in good 
and bad times, I will love you and that no matter what 
you do, or how you think, or what you say, you can 
depend on my support, guidance, friendship and 
love every minute of every day." 

Congratulations and Love to You and the Class of 
'89. 

fvlom. Dad, Todd, Ryan and Nana 



f arm l 



WARREN DELANEY 

CO-OWNER 



168 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS 01730 




617/275-7020 
WE USE AND RECOMMEND THE 

PRUL Mn'CHELL SYSTEM 

PROFESSIONAL SALON PRODUCTS 



BEDFORD 



285 GREAT RD BEDFORD . MA 1 730 

(617) 275-6 1 20 TOLL FREE RESERVATIONS DIAL (8001 255-3050 



FIRE - CASUALTY ■ BONDS ■ LIFE 



/VM/ 



ALLAN J SMITH III 



NORTHWEST INSURANCE AGENCV 
OF BEDFORD 

COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE 
131 Great Rd. 
Bedford, MA 01 730 



Tti (617) 275-3800 



4e 

3ed/ozd Tl^aCCpapez &. Paint 



51 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD. MA 01730 



CEDRIC & CATHERINE SMITH 



PHONE 275-1967 



206 ADVERTISEMENTS 



Karen Leah Heather Suzanne Chrissy Laura 




...windy day at the Polynesian 
Resort. .the ferry in Florida- 
..keychains.. living on the mon- 
orail. .the circle.. bonfires in the 
woods. .summer of '88.. Pete's 
Place. .AP Pictionary.. coast- 
ing. .Bedford Farms. .Pump Up 
the Volume.. "I was mistaken- 
".. water fights. .parents walk- 
ing in. .St. Michael's parking 
lot. .January 22, 1988.. April 9, 
1988. .New Year's Resolution 
#7. .Social Group.. "That's 
what she said". .New Year's 
Eves..WBCN Fireworks- the 
men in boats. .4th of July- be- 
ware of men on subway. .Mrs. 
Donovan's class. .Cheddar- 
. .Chowder. . No carousing- 
.. "Girls, you're getting giddy- 
".. Lexington/Canadian 
men. .going to Busa's..the 
number men. . Progresso 
Soup. .Thanks to Peter, Paul, 
and Marylou.."does this go 
over your head?".. "No, I just 
think you've been misguided 
along the way".. Davis 
School. ."McNugget, Mr. Bar- 
bas?".. Pumpkin Heist. .Fud- 
drucker's. .Thanks to Marianne 
and Gail.. "homework" at 
Papa Gino's.. trips to Montreal 
and Florida. . Beep, Wham, 
Bubble, Highway. Musty. .Mu- 
sicals. . Bedfordshire sign- 
S..OEF..GOLF CARTS. .HEN- 
RY.. "Don't get on the Lowell 
Connector". .miniature golfin- 
g.."you just don't understan- 
d".."Oh, but it is".. "Let's be 
rhettie"... 



ADVERTISEMENTS 207 





HAVILLAND'S 

( GRILLE ) 



FIcgant dining in a txsual setting, featuring a liglit. 
tast} grille menu. Stop h\ tor a bite of breaktast. 
lunch, or dinner Or feast on one of the liest Siinda\ 
bainches an\-\\here .^bu may also want to indulge 
in one of our exclusive weekend |iackages 
Kesersations suggested. Call (617) 275-5500. 
Stoufler Bedfonl (ilen Hotel, ^ i Middlesex Rinipike 
Bedford, MA OH.M) 

STOUFFER 
BEDFORD GLEN HOFEL 



IW MoiilliT II. .Ill ( . 



475 BEDFORD STREET LEXINGTON MASSACHUSETTS 02173 617-861-0630 

A UN. I Of HEALTH DEVElOPMtNI CORPORAIlON 




1 5 Gould Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 



(Bus) 617-275-4199 



FREDRIC L BERKOWITZ 



Certified Public Accountant Financial Consultant 



208 ADVERTISEMENTS 



Best wishes from all of us 
at BayBank. 

IT JUST KEEPS GETTING BETTER. 



Thanks to 
Laura, Lauren, Lyz, Lisa 
and the entire '89 Yearbook Staff 
We'll miss you!! 
Mrs. Byron and Miss Mehrle 



Congratulations Class of '89 
Alexander's 
353 The Great Road 




To Tanya 
You've made the 

past year and 
a half special for 
me. 
1 hope our 
relationship 
continues into the 
future. 
Best of luck in 
college. 

Love, 
Brian 




ADVERTISEMENTS 



209 




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lievo, ^ 



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147 
107. 



1-17, 155 



22, 48. 98. in 
161, 167 



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Adams, Keith 89 
Ahern. Rob 121 
Alba, Lisette 76. 80. 
Albani, Scott 64, 66 
Alessi, Christopher 76 
Alexander, Bryan 70, 71 
Alexander, Cornelius 70, 83 
Alexander, Michelle 64 
Alley, Carla 70, 109 
Alves. Mark 64, 107, 121 
Amaya, Edwin 76, 80 
Amaya, Luis 70 
Ambrose, William 86 
Anderson, Christine 11, 19, 20, 
139, 141, 147, 149, 153, 155, 
Anderson, Dawn 76, 149 
Anderson, Scott 64, 107. 146 
Andrade. Amy 70. 105, 155 

ifidrews, Jason 76 
JUndrews, Jeff 76 
/^icella, Margarita 89 
Afdlto, Douglas 22. 48 
Armstrong, Karrie 64, 111, 141 
151, 155 

Asbedian, Jamie 7, 70, 107. 137 
Ashe. Jennifer 64. 83, 98, 115, 141 
155, 167 

Atkinson, Bill 19, 111, 161 
Atkinson. Mary 70, 151, 155, 165. 167 
Atkinson, William 19. 22. 48, 111, 161 
Axtell. Rich 64, 115, 147, 155 



lb 



22, 485147, 1 



146. 147, 150. 



143, 153, 



Bailey, Jami 
Baker, Michelle 70 
Baker. Rachel 22, 44, 48 
Baldwin, Jason 76 
Baldwin, Mike 64 
Baisi, Mike 103 
Barbas, Steven 89. 91 
Barfield, Melissa 70 
Barron. Donald 98 
Bass, Barbara 64, 147 
Beaudoin, Gus 64 
Bell, Kay 89 
Belliveau, Daren 76 

Benson, Leah 11, 21, 22, 48J147, 149, 155 
Berg in, Kelley 76 

Berkowltz, Lisa 64, 141, 143, 155, 164 

Berman, Eric 64, 107, 123, 155, 167 

Berman, Josh 70. 107, 123, 155, 167 

Biggio, William 89 

Birch, Janice 89 

Bishop, Justice 76 ^ 

Bishop, Susan 48 

Black. Louie 70 ^ 

Blackstock, Adam 64 

Blaisdell, Phil 70 

Blanchard. Lynnette 70, 105, 137, 155 
Blasi, Michael 70 
Blasioli, Lynna 76, 115 
Blondin, Chris 111. 123 
Blondin, Christian 70 

Boehm. Elizabeth 22. 48. 109, 119. 141. 147. 
165 

Boffa, Kathy 64 

Boisvert, Michelle 70, 71, 109, 123 
Borshay, Amy 70, 72, 109, 147, 155 



22, 48. 141, 154 
149, 155, 158, 159 



Boschetto. David 7, 70, 107. 137, 155 
Bowen, Ami 64, 105, 153, 155. 161 
Bowen, Charles 76 
Boyd. Ian 70 
Bradshaw, Brian 14 
Braffitt, Jennifer 64, 
Braga, Aldevino 89 
Brennan. Barbara 76. 109 
Brooks, Christy 76, 77, 109 
Brooks, Crystal 76, 77 
Brooks, Michael 70 
Brown, Patty 76 
Brown, Sage 78, 149. 155 
Bruha, Ann 3. 15, 22, 48, 113 
Brunelleschi, Gian 64, 107, 155 
Buckley, Joseph 86 
Buckley. Sean 70 
Buman, Anita 137 
Bumann, Anita 76. 79. 109. 137 
Burke, Diane 70, 105 
Burke, Michelle 70, 162 
Burton, Darlene 76, 
Busch, Fred 70 
Busch, Jim 64, 155 
Byam, Scott 1 1 5 
Byman. Scott 76 
Byron, Ruth 89, 151 



155 



Cacciola, Peter 89, 125 
Cadotte, Lisa 76, 141, 147, 149 
Caissie. Linda 23, 48 
Callahan, Daniel 23. 48. 116. 117 
Callahan, Jennifer 70, 109 
Callahan, Kelly 76, 113, 149, 155 
Callahan, Tim 76, 107 
Campagna, Jeff 64. 153, 158, 159, 161, 
167 

Campbell, Cynthia 23, 48 
Campbell, Edward 89, 103 
Campbell, Rachel 70, 1 1 1 
Campoli, Heather 70, 141 
Canter, Lawrence 86 
Cardile, Kimberly 70 

Cardoos. Ryan 12, 14, 23, 43, 44, 48, 121, 147, 
167 

Carey, Brett 23, 44, 48, 149, 159 
Carlisle, Andy 23. 48, 151 ( 
Carlson, Laura 20, 23, 49, 149 'x 
Carlson, Victor 89 




INDEX 211 



159 



159 



155 



Carlton, Heather 23, 49, 141, 143. 149 
Carnell, Carrie 76 
Carr, Lilo 64, 149, 158, 159 
Carr. Sylvia 76, 149, 151, 155, 
Carroll, Danny 64, 107 
Carroll, Joyce 76, 109 
Carson, Jennifer 76, 151, 155, 
Caruso, James 24 
Casserly, Andrea 24, 45, 49 
Cestrone, Jannes 70 
Cestrone, Steven 76 

Chaires, Andy 162 

Chan, Kim Lung 76 
Chapman, Wendy 64 
Chappel, Keith 70 
Chase, Lennox 64, 103, 123, 135, 
Chemlen, Michael 24, 49 
Chen. Ken 64 
Chen, Mark 70, 125 
Chen, Venny 155 
Chen, Yung Hsin 76. 146 
Chester, Thomas 70, 103, 137 
Chui, Chi Ming 24, 49 
Ciolfi, Robert 89 
Clark, Brian 64 
Clark, Camarie 64, 135, 155 
Clark, Joshua 70 
Clayton, George 76, 141, 147 
Clouse, Rachel 76 
Coble, Kelley 76 
Cohen, Jen 70, 105, 137, 149, 155 
Cohen, Jodi 76, 149, 159 
Collier, Jennifer 24, 49 
Colligan, Patricia 4, 24, 49, 98 
Colliton, Maureen 76, 105, 136, 137 
Combattelli, James 70 
Compagna, Jeff 165 

Concannon, Theresa 76, 79, 136, 141, 143, 147 
Conolly, Amy 70 
Cooke, David 64, 161 
Cordes, Erik 24, 49, 98, 111, 
155, 159 

Corea, Angela 16, 24, 49, 119, 
Corea, Gina 141 
Coriaty, Christopher 3, 25, 49 
Coriaty, Tammy 64, 135. 147, 
Corliss, William 89 
Correla. Marcy 76, 155 
Corrick, Sasha 155 
Cote, Katy 50 
Cotton, Franklin 103, 12 
Coughlan. Donna 76, U 




123, 151, 154, 



141, 143 



155 




147, 155 



Coughlin, Brandi 76 
Couto, Daniel 25, 50, 103, 149 
Coviello, Cynthia 76 
Craig, Steve 76, 107, 149 
Cronin, Christine 64, 105. 119, 155 
Cronin, Paul 12, 13, 21, 25, 43, 45, 50, 
Crump, Tara 64, 113 
Curran, Diedre 89 
Curran, John 25, 41 



IP 



103, 155 



Duran, Jennifer 26, 50, 167 ^-''jj^ 
Duris, Kevin 70, 125, 141, 147 
Durkin, Mike 64, 141, 149, 163 
Dvi^orshak, Megan 70, 105, 115, 149, 155, 159 
Dyer, Richard 125 



50 



D 



107, 147 



143, 155, 159, 167 



155, 159 



137 



Dameron, Vernon 89 
Davis, Barbara 98 
Davis, Michelle 64 
Davis, Tina 70 
De Luca, Alicia 15 
Deardorff, Sean 7, 70 
DeCaprio, Kristin 64 
Dee, Michelle 70, 141 
DeFrancesco, Cindy 64, 161 
DeLuca, Alicia 70, 82, 113 
Denaro, Krista 76 
Depietro, Ann Marie 64 
Desantis, Dave 76, 155 
Desilets, Brendan 90 
Devlin, Maureen 76, 149, 151 
Dickinson, Jennifer 70, 76 
DiClemente, Joan 90 
Dillen, John 25, 50, 121, 155 
DINisco, Michelle 76, 82, 105, 
DiNitto, Jennifer 70 
DiPietro, Charles 90 
Dishman, Jason 70, 155 
Ditore, Angela 25, 50, 141, 143 
Dmochowski, Michael 70, 107, 147 
Dockham, Richard 70 
Doherty, Paul 70, 1 12 
Doherty, Robert 3, 25, 50, 112, 121 
Doherty, Tina 76 
Doiron, Theresa 90 
Donaldson, Linda 25, 50 
Donaldson, Robert 70, 141, 155 
Donovan, Eleanor 86 § 
Donovan, Michael 90 
Dougherty, Ken 64, 123, 155 
Dougherty, Tina 105, 155 
Doughty, Heather 26, 44, 50 
Dowling, Elizabeth 98 
Drenas, 
Drozin, 



Eagles, Courtney 64, 10.5, 155 
Ebersole, John 70, 151 
Edwards, Melanie 26, 12, 42, 50, 167 
Edwards, Michelle 76 
Ela, Gretchen 76, 141, 147, 155, 159 
Eldridge, Jason 70, 125 
Ericson, Camilla 12, 18, 26, 41, 44, 50, 98, 105, 
148, 149, 153, 155, 164, 167 
Eriich, Shari 14, 70, 105, 149, 151, 153, 155, 
159 



i 



108, 119. 139 



Farmer, Karl 26. 50, 117, 139, 163 
Farmer, Keith 70, 103 

Farmer, Kimberly 3, 26, 50, 109, 123, 155, 167 

Fedele, Rich 64, 102, 103, 155 

Fehlau, Erin 5, 70, 105, 123, 133, 141, 147, 148, 

149, 155, 159, 167 

Feierabend, Amy 76 

Feildman, Darren 76 

Ferret, Richard 26, 50 

Ferro, Melissa 64, 1 15, 153, 161, 164, 165, 167 
Ferro, Suzi 15, 64, 155 
Ferro., Suzi 1 13 
Fink, Barbara 64 
Fink, James 76 
Finkelstein, Aaron 64 
Finklestein, Aaron 1 
Flores, Alejandra 70, 149. 
Flores. David 76 
Franks. Ed 103 

Frederick, Mark 64, 147, 151, 155. 161 
Freeman, Alex 72, 115, 141 
Freeman, Katharine 76, 141, 147' 
French, Claire 90 
French, Sybil 90 

Friedman, Debbi 78, 82, 149155 
Fryer, Leslie 13, 26, 50, 104, 105, 119, 138, 155, 



64^^^^^ 

112 ^^W^l^ 



155 



55, 161 



) 



212 INDEX 




Galani, Elizabeth 7, 11, 14, 19, 27. 46, 50, 143, 

147, 151, 153, 159, 161, 165 

Galani, Judy 73, 133, 138, 141, 147, 151, 155, 

159. 164, 165, 167 

Gallant, Mark 72, 123 

Galpin, Loree 72 

Galvan, Ernesto 64 

Galvan, Marc 27, 50, 141, 147 

Garrison, Jason 64 

Garrison, Jennee 27, 50, 129, 165 

Garrison, Jessica 72 

Garrison, R.J, 64, 153 

Gaul. Roger 19, 27, 153, 155, 161 

Gautier, Angela 27, 50, 98, 149, 155, 159 

Geary. Kevin 72. 112, 155 

Geilfuss, Brad 14, 64, 111, 123, 141, 147. 155, 

161 

Geilfuss, Jack 72, 111, 123, 141, 147 

Gelormini, Kyle 7, 72, 137 

General, Irene 27, 50, 149 

Gerbrands, Gretchen 11, 20, 27, 46, 50, 98, 

141, 147, 149, 155 

Getty, Lisa 3, 13, 15, 27, 44. 50, 98. 99, 113, 

148. 149, 151, 155. 161 

Giard. Donald 28, 14, 45, 51, 151, 155 
Giard, Mike 112, 117 
Giddis, Elaine 90, 159 

Gilberti, Jayson 3, 28, 51, 112. 125, 155, 161 

Giles, Dana 72 

Glennon. Sarah 64. 105 

Glomski. Ian 64. 123. 155 

Godart, Amy 2. 13. 18, 28, 51, 109, 149 

Godtfredsen, Taavo 11, 14, 28, 42, 46, 51, 117. 

139, 146, 155, 159. 167 

Gollis, Bernard 90 

Goodale, David 3, 28, 51, 96, 172 

Goodale, Paul 6, 28, 51, 96 

Goodarz, John 72. 107, 123, 146, 155 

Goodpaster, John 72. 125, 146 

Goodwin, Lori 64, 141, 143 

Gordon, Mark 5. 64. 141, 149, 153, 155, 158, 

159, 167 

Gorgens, Jennifer 72 

Gottlieb, Chris 149 f 

Gottlieb. Craig 78, 107 

Granowitz. Scott 72, 111, 123 

Gray, Douglas 28, 42. 51, 149, 151 

Gray, Mark 72, 107, 123, 149, 155 

Green, Beth 10, 16, 19, 28, 51, 141, 143, 153, 



155. 159, 162, 164, 165, 167 
Greenway, Robert 90 
Grey. Holly 72. 109. 155, 163 
Griffin, Andrea 72. 109. 155 
Griffin. Sarah 64. 109, 1 19. 155 
Grof, Brian 78 
Grof, Kevin 64, 103 
Gullage, Paula 90, 153 



155 
105, 



134, 167 



H 



155 
148, 



159 



149, 155, 



153, 155, 



Haggerty, Janice 90 
Halacy, Todd 78 
Hall, Andrew 78 
Hamby, Jon 72, 73, 103, 123 
Hamel, Christine 72, 73, 74, 105, 
159 

Hamilton, Marguerite 90 
Handley, Michelle 78, 147, 155, 
Hanley, Constance 90 
Haniey, Mary Kate 64, 105, 135 
Hanley, Maureen 93, 95 
Hannon, Roxanne 12, 16, 29, 47, 51, 134. 141 
143, 148. 149 
Hanson, Stacey 72 
Hanson, Travis 29, 19, 51, 134, 151 
161, 167 

Harley, Amy 78, 155, 165 
Harley, Julie 64, 155 
Harrington, Christine 78, 149, 155 
Harrington, Russell 29, 46, 51, 121 
Harris, Bradley 78 
Harris, Saprina 155 
Harris, Zenobia 5, 29, 51, 149 
Hart, Lorena 78 
Hart, Melissa 29, 51 
Hartwell, Eileen 141 
Hartwell, Lisa 19. 29. 51. 153, 161, 162, 164 
165 

Hartwell, Melissa 72 
Hawley, Catherine 29, 51, 105 
Hayes, Erinn 72, 155 
Heimple, Valerie 78, 79 
Henry, Christopher 72 
Henry, Jeffrey 72 
Higham. Richard 72, 103 
Hill. Shawn 78 

Hirsch. Christopher 72, 125. 151, 167 
Hocker, Karen 64 
Holden, Jonafhon 78 
Holden, Katherine 78 



109, 155, 115, 147 



Hollis, David 19, 29, 51, 44. 107 

Holmstead, Karen 16, 30, 43, 52, 123, 141, 143, 

149 

Holtzman, David 66, 151, 
Hovde, Kristin 30, 41, 52, 
Hovsepian, Dorothy 93 
Howard, Kim 78 
Hubble, Dwight 66 
Hubble, Steven 72, 103 
Huff, Clint 93 

Huffman, Michael 72, 103, 123 
Huffman, Scott 52 
Hunsader, Monica 72, 
Hunt, Daniel 78, 107 
Hunt, David 72, 107 
Hunt, Gary 93 
Hunt, Jim 66, 107 
Hunter, Heather 78 
Hurd, Kathy 73, 141, 147 
Hurley, Liam 7, 66, 82, 107, 117, 155 



Inferrera, Anthony 66 
Ingraham, Jason 107 
Ingraham, Peter 78 
lovino, Kim 66 
Isabelle, David 66, 121 
Isabelle, Nicole 30, 52 
Iverson, Kara 66, 153, 



115 



1; 




Jackson, Lisa 78 
Jacques, Natalie 3 
Janis, Nicole 155 
Janson, Ryan 73 
Jarek, Katherine 66 
Jarvis, Mike 66, 123 
Jeannotte, Jeffrey 78 
Jehle, Ashley 78 
Jehle, Heather 73, 109 
Jensen, Ryan 103 
Johnson, Nana-kyi 79 
Jones, Allen 19, 30, 52, 
161, 167 

Jones, Deborah 79 
Jones, Jeff 73, 74, 103 
Jones, Tina 13, 30, 52, 155 




155, 167 



107, 123, 151, 155, 



f s: 





Kane, Brian 30, 47, 52 
Kapuria, Samir 73, 112, 146 
Kasmar. Mike 66 - 
Keeling, Zachary 73 * ^■ 
Kelleher, David 30, 52, 98. 151. 155, 161. 167 
Kelleher. Lisa 79 
Kelley, James 66, 93, 155 
Kelliher, Pat 14, 31, 52, 123, 141, 147, 150, 151 
Kennedy, Hope 79 
Kennedy, Josh 66, 161 
Kennedy, Marcus 73, 103, 155 
Kenney, Michelle 16. 31, 52, 141, 143. 159 
Kenon. Reggie 79 
Kerachsky. Elaine 93 
Kern. Brian 73, 146, 151 
Kern, Jason 155 




Keroes. Joshua 79 
Keup, William 93 ' 
Kidd, Melissa 66. 158 
King. Nicole 66. 135 
Kirkland, Tanya 31, 52, 
Kirton, Jessica 66, 163 

Kleekamp, Liz 67, 115, 141, 143, 149, 155, 158, 
159 

Knapp, Sonia 31, 52 ihmt jm^*^' 

Knell, Matt 79, 149 ^ 
Koen, Nancy 79 

Koenig, Cheryl 67, 68, 111, 119, 155, 161, 167 
Koop. Jonathan 14, 73, 141, 147 '^m^ 
Korik. Sasha 73. 137 
Krueger, Catherine 93 
Kupiec, Nadav 67, 141, 147, 
Kwiatkowski, Michael 67, 12c 
Kyvelos, Stephanie 79, 146 



155 



Lanier, Nikkl 79 
Lanoue, Rich 73 
Larsen, Dana 11, 20, 
151. 155, 161, 167 
Larsen, Kristen 79, 1 15, 149 
Lavelanet, Alain 31, 52, 103 
163, 165 

Lavi, Lee 73, 105 
Leahy, Cindy 155 
Lee. Tara 79, 155. 159 
Lehan, Nancy 93 
Lehmann. Chad 31, 52 



Lehmann. Karie 79 

Lentine. Tom 66. 67, 107, 117, 155 

Lenz, Brian 19, 31, 52, 161 

Lenz, Cynthia 73, 123, 155 

Lewis, Beneatha 79 

Lewis, Jamie 10, 18, 32, 44, 52, 107 

Light, Marilyn 93 

Linehan. Sean 73. 103. 155 

Linton, Niki 72. 73. 155 

Lipczer, Karen 32. 53 

Liss, Michael 73, 149, 155 

Logan, Jeffrey 73 

Lohrum, Alison 93 

Looney. Pamela 32, 53 

Lorusso, John 79 

Lovecchio, Dorothy 93 

Lovecchio, Joseph 11, 32, 53, 103 

Low, Barry 91, 94 

Luka, Kevin 73 

Luka, Michael 32, 53 

Lydon, Jennifer 32, 53 

Lydon, John 73, 103 



M 




115, 154, 155. 



Maccann, Timothy 79 
Mace. Charles 79 
Machado, Ed 98 
Maclellan, Beth 67 
MacQuilken, Bethanne 79 
Maczco, Virginia 94 
Maddox, Kristin 67, 109, 155 
Magner, Amy 79 
Magno, Ginny 73, 143, 155, 167 

ahar, Craig 73, 121 
Malo, Scott 73 
Maloney, Sheldon 53, 117 
Malouin. Virginia 94 

Manning, Tracey 3, 15, 32. 53. 98. 113, 147, 
149, 155 

Marino. Michelle 32, 53, 105, 155, 167 
Martell, Laura 16, 19, 20, 33, 53, 141, 143, 153. 
155, 161, 163, 164, 165, 167 
Martin, Carol 73, 155 

Martin, William 11, 14, 15, 33, 42, 47, 53, 123, 
134, 149 

Martley, Christina 79 
s Mason. Kathryn 79 
Mason, Michelle 67 
Maxwell, Benjamin 94 
Mayar, Brian 33, 53, 107, 147 
McAllister, Benedict 33, 53, 134 




147 



Mcallister, Nat 79 

cArdle, Robin 13, 33, 53, 
155, 161 

cCarthy, John 94 
McCulloch, Anne 81 
McCulloch, Edward 67 
McCune, Chris 67, 103, 
McDonald, Chris 67 
McDonald, Scott 81, 107 
McGillick, Kathy 67 

McGovern, James 5, 11, 14, 18. 20, 33, 47, 53. 
117, 161, 164, 167 

McGovern, Tricia 73, 109, 119, 137. 147, 155, 
167 

McGrath, Keri 81, 105, 149, 155 

Mclnnis, Luke 19, 33, 53, 112, 149, 151, 153, 

155, 161, 167 

McMahan, Julie 67, 141. 147 
McManus, Arthur 94 
McNeany, Tim 73, 103. 123. 155 
Mead. Steve 121 
Medeiros. Daniel 73 
Meffan. Pat 4. 53 
Mehrle. Jean 94, 137, 155 
Mello, Kim 109, 119 
Melvin, Todd 81, 121 
Merrill, Julie 73 
Mersinger, Don 4, 53 
Messineo, Nicole 67 
Messineo. Randy 81 
Meyer. Fred 149 
Meyer, Nia 123 
Meyers, Rachel 75, 
159 

Miele, Jean 94 
Miller, Adam 2, 67, 
Miller, Jason 75 

Miller, Pamela 3, 12. 18, 33, 43, 46, 53. 109 
Miller, Stephanie 15. 75. 82, 113 
Milliken, Eugene 94, 137, 151 
Millman. Alissa 10, 19. 34, 42. 46. 54. 98. 115, 
151, 155, 161, 167 
Mills. Karie 81, 141, 147, 149 
Minassian, Mark 75, 103, 147, 155 
Mofield, Elizabeth 81 
Molinar, Arthur 67 
Molinari, Lynne 15, 69, 113, 155 
Monaco, Mark 69. 155 
Moody. Michelle 81 
Moore. Kenneth 75 
Moore. Robert 54 
Morehead. Graham 75 
Morse. Bruce 94 



105. 141, 147, 149, 155, 



107, 155 



214 INDEX 




Mosca, Bonnie 34, 54, 
Mosca, Nancy 34, 54 
Moseley, Matthew 81 
Moss, Donald 94 
Muldoon, Frank 54 
Muldoon. Peter 54 



162 



N 



Naegeli, Heidi 81 
Neville, Travis 75 
Newberry, Sabrina 81 
Nickerson, Jennifer 81, 
Norton, Gregory 94 
Novak, Bill 69 
Novak, Debra 75 
Novak, Diane 75 



149 



O 




O'Brien, Craig 34, 480, 121. 162 
O'Brien, Scott 121 
O'Brien, Scott 75 
O'Callaghan. Shannon 105 
O'Callaghan, Shannon 75 
O'Keefe, Kerri 14, 105 
O'Malley, Killeen 75 
O'Malley, Matt 121 
O'Malley, Matthew 75 
O'Malley. Michael 34, 54, 149 
O'Neil, Barbara 94 

O'Neil, Kayte69, 149, 151, 154, 155. 159, 165 
167 

O'Neill. Amy 34. 54 

Oblas, Jill 15. 65, 69, 113, 149, 155, 167 
Olsen, Diane 34, 54, 143 
Orlando, Douglas 34, 54, 103 
Owen, Zachary 79, 81 



Packer, Eric 69, 125, 146, 151, 155, 161, 

Paglia, Anthony 35, 54, 115, 155. 167 

Palernnino. David 75. 103 

Panzeri. Bryan 69. 147 

Panzeri, Samuel 35. 54. 102. 103. 117 

Park, Dana 69, 103 

Parks, Dana 123 

Parnell, Lee 35, 45, 54 

Parsons, Amanda 69 



167 



Parsons, Leanne 13. 35. 54 
Patenaude, Allen 69. 155 
Patenaude, John 6, 54 
Patenaude, Timothy 81 
Paton. Jim 13, 54, 149, 159 
Patterson, Nikki 81 
Pavao, Floriano 97, 99 
Pearson, Eric 75, 107 
Pease, Barry 75, 83 
Pease, David 69, 121 
Pecora, Lisa 69, 109, 119, 125 
Pedersen, Kennneth 19, 35, 54, 1 15, 151, 161 
167 

Pellegrini, Mary 81, 123, 153 
Pellegrini, Patricia 97, 153 
Perino, Stephanie 115, 149 
Peterson, Jennifer 79, 81 
Petrecca, Steven 69 
Petrillo, Bob 97. 103 
Pietchel, Amy 69, 105, 155 
Pietchel, Laurie 81, 105 
Pignatiello, Kerri 75, 105. 149 
Pilgrim. Julie 35. 54 
Pilla. Anthony 97 
Pollock, Rachel 72, 75 
Pomponi, Andria 81, 141, 146 
Poor, Philip 69 
Porter, Thomas 55 
Poulin, Joseph 75, 125, 147 
Powell, Clarence 7, 35, 41, 55 
Powers, Walter 97 
Prescott, Steven 75 
Prior, Mark 75 
Proudfoot, Denise 81, 119 
Puffer, Sara 13. 35, 55, 105, 138, 155, 167 
Pugh, Kristen 69. 105. 141. 147. 151. 155. 158. 
159 

Pugh., Kristen 167 

Hen, Joey 155 
Pullen. Lester 81, 146 
Putney, Katie 69, 105, 149. 155 
Putney, William 36, 55, 125 



147, 155 



4 w 



Rellstab. Cindy 69151, 161 
Renauld, Angela 75, 155 
Renauld, Edward 36, 55 
Reynolds, John 97 

Rhodes, Chris 68, 69, 133, 141. 147, 149, 151, 
155, 158, 15 9 

Ricci, Anne 13. 18. 36, 55, 123, 141, 143, 149, 
155 

Ricci. Diana 69. 123, 141, 147, 149, 151, 155, 
161. 167 

Richards, Neil 69, 151, 153, 155, 161 

Ricker, Tina 75, 105, 155 

Ricker, William 97, 217 

Ricker, William Jr. 36, 55 

Rinaldi, Michael 97 

Ritson, Peter 75 

Rivet, Jeff 36, 55 

Rivinius, Beth 81, 82 

RIvinius, Cindy 36. 55. 141. 143, 146 

Roberts, Alison 3, 4, 15, 69, 113 

Robinson, Barbara 97 

Robinson, Sarah 81, 155. 165 

Rochefort. Paula 97 

Rosenberg. AmbrieL 36, 45, 55 

Rosenberg, Becky 14, 75, 111, 136, 141, 147, 

151, 159, 167 

Rosewall, Kitty 141, 146, 153 
Run, Marjorie 97 
Russo, Jodie 75, 155 
Russo, Jon 4, 14, 37, 55, 112, 



155 



Sabetty, Sandra 69. 133, 141, 147, 153, 155, 
164, 165. 167 
Sabourin, Armand 97, 103 
Saez Moreno, Eva 37, 55, 109, 161 
Saisa, Peter 56 
Sakelakos, Deborah 97 



166, 167 



^^^|Salsgiver, Tina 81 



R 



Raffa, Jen 69, 109, 135 
Rainis, Denise 97 
Ralston, Doreen 97 
Randazzo, Robyn 69 
Rapoza, Paula 36, 55, 147 
Reaves, Frank 81 




Sarno, Carolyn 69, 82, 105, 119, 155 
Saunders, Nancy 75, 141, 143. 151, 155, 159, 
167 

Savage, Kristin 37. 56 

Savarino. Deborah 97 

Scalise. Kristen 37 

Schaffer, Valerie 155 

Schofield, Michelle 81, 149 

Schowalter, Kathy 75, 151, 155, 167 

Scott, Jacqueline 81 

Segal, Suzanne 37, 56 

Seidman, Brian 69, 125, 151, 155. 167 



INDEX 215 



f 









Serra, Mike 69, 121 
Sewall, Heather 75, 109, 137, 155 
Sewall, Winifer 12, 37, 42, 56, 155 
Shamon, Peter 75, 103, 121, 155 
Shao, Amy 81 
Shao, Wei Tai 57 
Shapiro, Andy 69, 155 
Sharpe, Dwayne 69, 147, 149, 155 
Shaughnessy, Eileen 75, 90, 105, 123, 146, 155 
167 

Shay, Sandy 97 
Shea, Marni 75 
Sheets, Stephanie 37, 56 
Sheflin, Laurie 141 
Shellhouse, Russell 69 
Sherman, Christopher 75 
Short, Christine 8 1 
Short, Mike 81, 147 
Short, Mysti 81 
Shute, Daniel 81 
Shute, Tim 3, 12, 37, 56 
Shwimer, Jacqueline 81, 147, 149, 155, 159 
Skerry, William 75 

Smith, Brian 5, 12, 38, 42, 56, 103, 123 
Smith, Daymion 6, 81, 137, 164 
Smith, Jay 44 
Smith, Tanya 69 
Snelson, Kerri 75 

Solomita, Lauren 10, 12, 19, 38, 41. 42, 56, 98, 
105, 151, 161, 165, 167 
Somerset, Joey 75, 155 ' 
Somerset, Sara 38, 56, 155, 165 
Sorgi, Huberta 97 
Sparrow, Brian 81 
Spencer, Susanne 75, 105*^ 
Spiewak, Kristine 16, 38, 45, 56, 141, 143 
Spinosa, Pat 97, 153 

Stacey, Lisa 56 i| 

Stanley, Eleanor 97 

Stanley, Robert 81 

Stead, Loretta 97 

Stefanidakis, Nicholas 69 

Stein, Matthew 38, 46, 56, 75, 96, 141, 146 

147, 149, 155 

Stephens, Heather 75 

Stephens, James 69, 103 

Stephenson, Richard 97, 151 

Stockdale, Holly 69, 105, 155 

Stone, Jessica 81, 155 

Storer, Amy 75, 111, 115, 155 

Stygar, Stephanie 75, 155 

Sullivan, Christine 20, 38, 56 

Sullivan, Thomas 3, 12, 14, 18, 38. 46, 56, 121 

149, 151, 155, 159, 164, 167 



Surprenant, Jason 69, 161 
Surprenant, Nathan 75 
Swenson, Cara 69, 105, 155 
Swenson, Eric 81 
Swietek, Paul 81 
Szczesniak, Carl 5, 69, 161 



Tamerler, Wendy 75, 155 
Tanzer, John 75, 141, 147 
Taylor, Andy 75, 159, 167 
Taylor, Brian 81, 107 
Taylor, Dennis 69, 107, 117 
Taylor, Pam 69, 141, 135, 143 
Theophile, Chris 7, 107, 155 
Tiku, Seema 68, 69, 115, 151. 155 
Tingley, Calvin 97 

Tobey, Adam 19. 38. 57. 111. 151. 160. 161. 
162, 165 

Tobey, David 81, 155 

Tomczykowski, Laurie 11. 13. 39, 20, 43, 57 

Tompkins, Scott 69 

Towne, Brian 75 

Trant, David 39, 57. 97 

Travers, Kristi 39, 57 

Trembley, Danielle 79, 81, 146, 147, 155 

Tsefrekas, Iphegenia 98 

Tuttle, Derek 75 I 

Tuttle, Greg 57 ^ 



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Udell, Jeff 147, 155 
Udell, Lauren 69 
Ullmann, Lawrence 98, 
Urquhart, Barry 81 
Urquhart, Heather 39 



Walker, John 19, 39, 57, 98, 151, 155. 161, 167 
Wallace, Jennifer 90, 98 
Walls, Brooke 81 
Wang, Virginia 81 
Watkins, Mark 75, 137 
Watkins. Matt 155 
Weinfurt. David 39. 57. 166 
Weinfurt. Patricia 81, 141, 149 
Welch, Chris 69, 111, 123, 151, 153, 155. 161, 
167 

Welch. Elizabeth 75. 109. 114. 137. 149, 155 
Welch. Francis 81. 115. 149. 155 
Wentworth. David 81 
Westcott. Larry 40. 57. 115 
Wheaton. Bob 69 

Wheeler, Lia 4. 15. 40. 57. 113. 148. 149 

Whitcomb, Nathalie 4, 40, 57, 113, 149 

Whiteaker. Stacey 81 

Whiting. Dawn 69 

Whitt, Apryl 40, 57, 105, 155, 163 

Whitt, Sharon 40, 57, 105, 155 

Wilkins, Dawnice 75 

Wilkins, Kenny 75 

Williams, Donna 69 

Wilson, Heatherly 2, 40, 43, 47, 57, 109, 149 

Wilson, Kim 69 

Wilson, Sean 69, 103 

Wingfield, Jennifer 81, 147 

Wingfield, Melissa 69 

Wojnar, Amy 75, 111, 141, 147, 155 

Wolf, Becky 69, 149, 155, 161 

Wood, Adrian 69, 149, 155, 158, 161 

Wood, Ivan 81, 121, 155 

Woolard, Laura 57 

Worth, Maureen 75, 141, 147, 151 

Wright, Suzanne 40, 57, 105. 141. 147. 155. 167 

Wrye. Myra 98 



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Van Der Lee. Aniko 81, 115 
Vasilakis. Kosta 21, 39, 57, 103 
Venuti. Jean 39. 57, 105, 155 
Venuti. Scott 69. 1 12 
Volicer. Zuzka 79. 81, 105 




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Young. Eric 81. 125, 147 
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Zampese, Dave 71, 75, 136, 155 

Zellner. Chris 40, 57, 103, 167 

Ziemba, Jennifer 75, 159 

Zimmer, Linda 68, 69, 115, 141. 147, 

Zoroglu, Kaan 69 

Zwally, Mike 75 



155 



Walcott. Carol 98 



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William Ricker 

1942 - 1988 




During Christmas vacation Bedford 
High School suffered the loss of a well 
liked and long time custodian, Bill 
Ricker. Bill will be remembered as the 
friendly custodian who was always will- 
ing to lend a helping hand to the stu- 
dents and faculty of Bedford High 
School. When asked, people have de- 
scribed Mr. Ricker as a "warm nice 
guy," who "loved the kids and was 
always joking with everyone." Friends 
and colleagues remember Bill fondly 
and will miss him greatly. 



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Time For Goodbyes 



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TO REMEMBER 



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Danny and Natalie enjoying themselves at the 
Homecoming Dance. 



"My life is a series of hellos 
and goodbyes and it's time for 
goodbyes again." As the seniors 
leave school at the end of the 
year, they say goodbye to their 
"carefree" high school days and 
hello to the world beyond. No one 
can be sure of what lies in the 
future, but there always will be 
times when we look back and 
think fondly of the bells, the 
school lunches and the crowded 
stairways which brought the 
Class of '89 together. These truly 
have been special "times to 
remember". 




Camilla Ericson and Kim Farmer sho« 
that there will always be time for a smile 



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COLOPHON 



The 1989 SIGNUM of Bedford High 
School was printed by Jostens Printing 
and Publishing Division, 401 Science 
Park Road, State College, Pennsylva- 
nia 16801. The Jostens area represen- 
tative v^as John Neister, the in-house 
consultant was Karen Stariha, and the 
artist was Deb Concepcion. Senior 
portraits, group pictures, and some of 



the candid pictures were taken by Bur- 
lington Studios, 99R Cambridge 
Street, Burlington, Massachusetts 
01803, and the remainder of the can- 
dids were taken by yearbook staff pho- 
tographers. Underclassmen portraits 
were by O'Connor School Pictures, 
1348 Main Street, Tewkesbury, Mas- 
sachusetts, 01876. 

The cover was Styleline bright blue 
embossed in white; the endsheets 
were parchmatte with medium blue ink 
applied; 80 lb gloss #191 was used 



with black ink. Of the 220 pages, 16 
were printed in process color and 32 
used 2nd color #285 medium blue. 

Headlines in the Sports section were 
set in News Gothic Condensed Bold, 
60 point; headlines in other sections 
were set in 36 point Lydian Style, with 
secondary headlines in 18 point Lyd- 
ian. The Body Copy was set in 10 point 
Helvetica, and the picture captions in 8 
point Helvetica. 

The publication date for the 520 
copies was May 1989. 



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